New York Commercial Litigation Guide provides in one place an overview of the causes of action commonly employed in commercial disputes, the elements of these common types of commercial causes of action under New York state law and the corresponding defenses. New York Commercial Litigation Guide is designed to help the practitioner to quickly and efficiently see qbig pictureq case theory, identify relevant commercial causes of action under New York law, save countless research hours and avoid common pitfalls. This practical, task-oriented guide to the various topics in commercial litigation clearly explains how to analyze, resolve, and/or litigate the issues that can arise at every stage of a commercial dispute, from the basic corporate structures to complex questions of law, evidentiary matters, procedure and strategy. New York Commercial Litigation Guide provides easily accessed, proven, authoritative to-the-point practice guidance, enhanced by the following features: ac Over 60 task-oriented checklists ac Over 150 strategic points, warnings, and timing tips to prevent practice missteps ac Targeted cross-references to specific state and federal legislation and sources detailing the features of topics such as corporate governance, business torts, and lender liability. Distilling years of experience from distinguished New York commercial law practitioners, New York Commercial Litigation Guide is a reliable roadmap through the complex and multi-faceted practice area of commercial litigation.\a#39;1 Warning: A party termed an aindependent contractora in a contract may still be considered an agent if the criteria for agency are met. ... Indeed, the term a independent contractora is of such limited utility, Restatement (Third) of Agency does not use aindependent ... purpose, a statutory proscription, or an express limitationa in the contract, the agent or principal is free to terminate the agency at any time.
|Title||:||New York Commercial Litigation Guide|
|Author||:||Kyle C. Bisceglie, Herbert C. Ross, Thomas J. Fleming|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-09-24|