Additional Business Litigation Videos
Have You Been Sued?
Have you been served with a lawsuit? Being sued can be one of the most stressful and frustrating experiences in life. However, don't panic!
- When Do You Need to Hire a Lawyer?
- How to Properly Start a Business
- How to Protect Your Business Name
- How much am I liable for in the event my credit card is stolen?
- Should You Settle or Take Your Case to Court?
- General Liability Insurance for Small Businesses
- SBA Business Loans
- How Long Does It Take To Settle A Lawsuit?
- How Employers Should Handle Sexual Harassment Claims
- Securities Fraud - Victim's Rights
- Limited Liability Companies
- Alter Ego Liability
- The Crime of Money Laundering
- Bad Check Laws
- Liability for Over Serving Alcohol
- Considerations for Forming a Joint Venture
- How to Collect and Secure Payments Owed to Your Business
- Don't Miss Your Chance to Sue By Waiting Too Long
- Errors & Omissions Insurance for Board of Directors
- Unfair Business Practices
- Talk to My Lawyer ...
- Raising Money for Your Business - Equity Financing
- Illegal Price Fixing
- What Happens if You Don't Answer a Lawsuit?
- Billed for Merchandise You Never Received?
- Raising Money for Your Business - Venture Capital
- Getting Your Earnest Money Back
- Tips for using Small Claims Courts
- Minority Shareholder Rights
- What To Say When You Call an Attorney
- Piercing the Corporate Veil
- Confidentiality of Initial Consultations with a Lawyer
- Business Law Attorneys
- Should I Start My Own Business?
How Is Evidence Used In Trial?
Evidence is basically everything that is used to determine or demonstrate the truth of what is asserted in a case.
- How To Meet With Your Business Attorney
- Business Litigation
What Evidence Is Allowed In A Trial?
Evidence must be legally relevant in order to be admissible in court.
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