Some closely held businesses became industry giants

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Closely Held Businesses on Thursday, December 31, 2015. Arizona entrepreneurs who are looking to start a new business often hope that their small ventures will become successful. However, in today’s economy, it may not seem as though that is possible. However, some closely held businesses beat the odds in the past and became industry giants.Continue reading

Locker maker files business litigation against supplier

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, December 23, 2015. Arizona companies often partner with other companies who can produce certain items that enhance or replace current product lines. One company provides the required specifications of the product needed, and the other company is tasked with building it. When one company somehow breaches its part of the agreement,Continue reading

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Breach of contract alleged by company in business litigation

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, December 18, 2015. Arizona companies enter into contracts with other companies to provide goods or services on a regular basis in exchange for a certain amount of money per item. When the goods are delivered, payment is expected in due course according to the contractual arrangement between the parties. When eitherContinue reading

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Arizona’s closely held businesses need an executive summary

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Closely Held Businesses on Thursday, December 10, 2015. Starting a new business involves delving into a multitude of business and legal issues. In addition to making numerous decisions, the owners of closely held businesses in Arizona will need a business plan. This plan spells out the details of the business and where it is going.Continue reading

11th hour settlement stops business litigation in its tracks

On behalf of Kadish & Anthony Law Group posted in Business Litigation on Friday, December 4, 2015. After a week of testimony in trial regarding a contract dispute between Advanced Consumer Electronics (ACE) and Maximum Security, the parties reached a settlement. Arizona readers may recognize the names of these companies as being security companies for both commercial and residential properties. The business litigation surrounded aContinue reading

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