Andrew Rubin, Esq.

February 2015 Archives

Understanding intentional torts

Many civil lawsuits in New Jersey are the result of an intentional tort. A tort is any kind of wrongful action that results in a person being harmed in some way. When a person carries out a wrongful action in full knowledge of what they are doing, this is referred to as an intentional tort.

The downside of partnerships in New Jersey

Although the partnership is a common business structure due to the ease of formation, there are some disadvantages to choosing this structure. First, all partners are exposed to an unlimited amount of liability. This means that all partners may have personal assets taken to cover the debts of the company. One possible way to overcome this issue is for both parties to form corporations that then engage in a partnership.

Alternative dispute resolution options in New Jersey

When two parties become involved in a civil dispute in New Jersey, the case may be taken to court. However, this process can be time consuming and costly. Furthermore, despite preparation and the strength of your case, the ruling of the judge may not be favorable to your situation. If you are seeking to avoid the complications that might occur when litigating a case, you might be interested in alternative dispute resolution.

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