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Business Partners on a Handshake? Write it Down!

By November 19, 2012

By Philippe Lieberman Recently, I have handled several cases involving disputes between business partners where the terms of the relationship were agreed to with a handshake, without a formal agreement.  Now, months or years later, the relationships have soured and the parties are in litigation.  The best advice I can give to …

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Buyer's Remorse Does Not Amount To Fraud

By August 27, 2012

By Todd A. Levine We have recently seen a rash of cases involving private equity firms’ or public companies’ purchases of closely held companies prior to the recession.  Unfortunately, many of the acquired businesses did not survive the recession and the buyers—seeking to recoup some or all of their investment—then …

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