You're the proud owner of a shiny new judgment issued by a United States court. Now you need to enforce it. Unfortunately, the debtor lives in Canada and appears to think the border offers impenetrable protection from your efforts to collect. Fortunately, Canada offers a variety of ways to enforce your judgment against its residents. read more

Litigation is a tool in the toolbox for protecting and enforcing your rights, but before you reach for it consider all of the costs of doing so. Aside from the financial impact, litigation has far reaching effects that are not always explained by attorneys at the beginning of a case. read more

This list briefly explains the meaning and purpose of many commonly used contract terms. It is intended to help you better understand common contract terms and how they may affect your rights. This guide is not a substitute for legal review. read more

In teaching the basics of contract drafting over the last several years, I have found that the attributes of a solid contract boil down to four simple points. Just like grading a diamond, each of these points makes a contract more valuable. Regardless of the complexity of the transaction or the length of the contract, it's my experience that good contracts all share these basic elements. read more

Janissa Strabuk and Paul Moomaw present "Disputes Among Owners" at the King County Bar Association conference on Advising Small & Med-Sized Businesses. The attached outline of the presentation discusses a variety of topics you should consider when owning a closely held company. read more

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