Do You Know What Your Lawyer Does With Their Time?
There are nearly 28 million small businesses in the U.S., and it's no secret that commercial laws and bylaws can be exceedingly complex. And things only get more complicated when you get into a partnership dispute that could impact your company's future if not handled correctly. Here are just a few examples of commercial disputes involving partnerships that are typically best handled with the help and experience of client-focused business lawyers.
We've discussed some of the most common types of business partnership disputes: breaches of contracts, violations of non compete agreements, breaches of fiduciary duties, misuse of trade secrets, minority owner rights disputes, and embezzlement. While these are all considered crimes, embezzlement is a crime that can and typically does result in jail time. Let's answer some of the most common questions about embezzlement in regards to business partnership disputes: