3 Important Facts to Know about Breach of Fiduciary Duties

August 31, 2015

Fiduciaries, such as attorneys, accountants and even trustees, generally have a financial and/or legal obligation to some other individual or party. When fiduciaries fail to live up to their obligations in this role, they can be sued for breach of fiduciary duties, making them potentially liable for paying a significant…
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How to Protect Your Business’ Trade Secrets in Employee Relations

August 20, 2015

Trade secrets and confidential information can be the backbones of businesses, and protecting this information can be pivotal to a company’s success and future. Among the various parties that interact with businesses – and that can have access to trade secrets and confidential business information – are a company’s employees….
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4 Steps to Take When You Want to Win a Govt. Contract

August 10, 2015

Winning a government contract can be a boon for any business. From securing a stable source of revenue to making connections with professionals who can help your business in the future, government contracting can be extremely beneficial. Before your business can enjoy such advantages, however, it first needs to win…
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