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April 2017 Archives

Gregory A. Lang

Small business owners and arbitration

Business owners deal with contracts every day, signing agreements with employees, vendors, customers and contractors. Many still assume that if a dispute arises about any provision, they will proceed to litigate the issue in court. However, if like many arrangements today, the contract specifies dispute resolution via arbitration, you may not end up having your day in court.

Commercial real estate renovations can be a risky bet

Investing in a new business property is risky and it's never guaranteed to pan out. Investing in an old business property, and renovating it into a better one, is also a risky venture that doesn't come with any guarantees. Nevertheless, this is what the new owners of St. Paul's restaurant, The Lexington, have done. They've spent approximately $5.5 million in renovations and improvements.

10-point pre-purchase checklist for buying a home

The last thing you want to do as a homebuyer is purchase a residence that has a severe unidentified problem. Not recognizing a serious problem could cause you a lot of money and stress later on down the road. This article will describe a 10-point checklist that you can use to ensure that you've covered all your bases before investing hundreds of thousands of dollars into a new residence.

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