COVID-19 Pandemic Threatens Continued Business Operations The COVID-19 Pandemic has affected everyone, and it has also had a drastic effect on small businesses. Whether you're in the initial stages of your business or already well established, the COVID-19 Pandemic may threaten your continued business operations. If this occurs, there are many looming questions such as: Can I terminate my commercial office lease? How do I dissolve my corporation/LLC? How do I properly terminate any active employment or vendor contracts? How do I handle outstanding litigation against me and/or the company? Contact Thaler Law Business legal issues caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic are complicated, and there are many challenges to the legal process. Contact an experienced business attorney from Thaler Law
November 1, 2020 Legal Issues Threaten Continued Business Operations Whether you're in the initial stages of your business or already well established, legal issues may threaten your continued business operations. Legal issues come in many forms: demand letters from an attorney representing a former employee; lawsuits filed against you/your company by former clients and/or business partners; and subpoenas and/or demands to cease and desist from governmental agencies or others—just to name a few. Contact Thaler Law Business legal issues are complicated, and there are many challenges to the legal process. Contact an experienced business attorney from Thaler Law who can help you understand your legal rights regarding your case, and what your next best steps should be. Contact us at
If your Neighbor or Homeowners’ Association has overstepped, infringed on your property rights, or is treating you unfairly, you have the right to fight back! A private nuisance occurs when the plaintiff’s use and enjoyment of his or her property are obstructed or interfered with because of the actions of another. These cases generally involve a neighbor or nearby occupant doing something that interferes with the plaintiff’s use of their own property, but an HOA can also be liable for nuisance.Examples of a public nuisance may involve: a neighbor polluting the soil; selling drugs next door; or hoarding animals causing foul odors and health hazards. In California, a private nuisance provides for a cause of action for the injured party.
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