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California Business Law: Self-Dealing Explained

self-dealing.jpgSelf-dealing is an unlawful business practice that occurs when someone who has a fiduciary duty puts their own personal financial interests above the interests of the organization to which they owe that duty. In California, self-dealing is a form of business fraud. If your business interests have been adversely affected by insider self-dealing, please contact an experienced San Jose business fraud attorney to learn more about your legal options.

Breach of Contract: What Remedies Are Available?

breach-contract.jpgBusinesses rely on other parties living up to their contract obligations. Unfortunately, sometimes the other party will fail to uphold their end of the bargain. Your business needs to be prepared to respond in this situation. California uses a complex combination of state statutes and common law to determine your possible remedies. If you have any questions about breach of contract remedies in California, please contact an experienced San Jose contract litigation attorney for immediate legal assistance.

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