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Forging an Effective Business Succession Plan

The lifeblood of any successful business is its leadership. But what happens when the time comes for the principal owner to step aside? A well-defined succession plan acts as a Read More

Potential Defenses to Breach of Contract Lawsuits

A breach of contract lawsuit stems from one party accusing another of failing to fulfill the terms and obligations outlined in an agreement. When such a breach is proven, the Read More

When Are Restrictive Covenants Enforceable Under West Virginia Law?

Restrictive covenants are contractual clauses that limit a terminated employee's ability to work for a competitor or to solicit customers or employees from their former employer. Covenants can be valuable Read More

Proposed FTC Rule Would Place Sharp Restrictions on Vehicle Dealers

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is seeking to adopt a rule that it claims will make the motor vehicle-buying process clearer and more competitive and also allow the FTC to Read More

Revised WV Consumer Credit Law Allows Damages for Frivolous Claims, Expands Attorneys’ Fees

West Virginia has enacted important business-friendly revisions of the state’s principal consumer protection law. The amended law provides ways for defendant businesses to limit exposure to attorneys’ fee awards and Read More

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