It’s Not a Candy Bar in the Pool

            One big area of my firm’s practice is representing skilled tradespeople. We have a Load of contractors, electricians, plumbers, landscapers, fuel oil contractors, masons,

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Patience For a Twelvemonth

By Timothy Wan I don’t like to close out judgments as “uncollectible”. Sure, sometimes the company is out of business, the owner/operator dies with no

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The Garden of Wonderland

A local family business, (“Alice Farms”) runs a farm just outside of Gotham that grows all sorts of flowers and shrubs, and sells them to

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Ocean Breeze Soap, It Gets You Clean

We represent a young immigrant entrepreneur, whom I shall call “Kermit”, who delivers and sells cleaning products to restaurants, almost exclusively in Gotham City. Kermit’s

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Who is Essential?

Back in 2019, “essential business” were considered by the Federal government, to include (in order of total percentage in global industry) health care, food and

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No Mercy!

Unfortunately, not every Tale that I tell ends in a “Happily Ever After”. I represent various property owners throughout Gotham City, and one such owner

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Gotta Get Back In Time

I think that practically any practitioner who is reading this, will have come upon the reticent Defendant, who refuses to pay for seemingly unfathomably illogical

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