Donald ambled into the conference room with difficulty. He looked like a nice, working class man in his retirement years, but the gray pall he carried indicated his health wasn’t going to let him do a whole lot of fishing on his beloved Lake Havasu any time soon.
Donald slipped in a puddle of water at the hospital where he was receiving therapy for an unrelated condition. The fall was...Read More
During a recent meeting of family members, all of whom are shareholders and some of whom are senior managers of a second generation, family-owned motion picture distribution company, the complexities of governing a family business were very apparent.
The annual meeting of shareholders had turned toward a discussion of the focus of the business’s distribution activity. Younger members of the...Read More
Commercial contract disputes in San Bernardino California can arise in any industry and involve a variety of parties, including contractors, vendors, competitors, customers and business partners. While these disputes have the potential to cause significant disruption in your business, mediation is a process that can often help resolve commercial contract disputes in San Bernardino...Read More
In past posts, we have discussed that the processes available to pursue divorce and the impact on the outcome of your case. Once a process has been selected, the next decision might be when he or she should file for divorce. A divorce is initiated when a party files a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage and has it properly served on the other party. When a petition is filed and served,...Read More
Here’s what I’ll be talking about to folks visiting Washington D.C. this inauguration weekend on behalf of Stand With Me:
Fear and hate are rising in this country. The first thing you can do to combat this problem is to commit to fighting this problem. Doesn’t matter what you can do, even a commitment to doing so is a good step. Understand that it is unacceptable that people...Read More
This month’s newsletter looks at disputes that arose among the grandchildren of the co-founders of a business that had prospered for the greater part of nine decades, producing financial security for the founders, their respective children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. The disputes were both between the leaders of the two founding families, and between the managing and non-involved...Read More