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Understanding a Secured Creditor's Right to 'Adequate Protection'

debt.jpgA secured creditor is a lender that takes on collateral in exchange for extending credit. If the debtor, for whatever reason, is unable or unwilling to repay their debts to a secured creditor, then the lender can take legal action to obtain the specific asset for which they possess collateral.

Confidentiality Agreements in California

NDA.jpgConfidentiality agreements, also referred to as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), can help protect the viability of your business. Essentially, these agreements are written contracts that prohibit employees and independent contractors from sharing your company's trade secrets along with other protected business information. All California employers must take great care when crafting these type of agreements, as even minor mistakes can render them unenforceable. Your company's confidentiality agreements should always be drafted and reviewed by a qualified business law attorney.

The Importance of Having Your Business Contracts Reviewed by an Attorney

business contract.jpgContracts are an essential part of conducting business. In fact, every business, from a small sole proprietorship to a large fortune 500 retailer that operates in all 50 states, enters into contracts whenever a customer buys goods or services. Business contracts can cover nearly every aspect of business and can include employment contracts, nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), buy-sell agreements, and purchase orders, just to name a few.

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