Suspended corporations have long fascinated me. They seem to exist is some legal netherworld. “Wandering between two worlds. One dead, the other powerless to be born. With nowhere yet to rest my head, like these, on earth I wait forlorn.
There you are, client on the witness stand, jury in the box, story being told on direct exactly the way you prepared her, things going just swimmingly. And then opposing counsel stands and utters those two lovely words…”Objection, hearsay.” Huh?
Two Monster energy drinks at the mall, and a 14 year old girl went into cardiac failure, and died. Her parents filed a lawsuit for products liability and wrongful death against Monster Energy Company (“Monster”). The case settled and a
Bankruptcy’s avoiding powers often turn otherwise unexceptional transfers on their heads. But who expected that an unsuspecting business would have to disgorge nine years of honestly earned payments because the customer paid with a check on his LLC? Welcome to
Listen up if you’ve done business with PG&E, now or in the past. The PG&E bankruptcy affects you in varying ways, as we explore below. You have some important decisions to make, such as: Should you keep doing business with