If you own a multi-unit commercial building, whether it's a plaza full of spaces or a building full of offices, beware of the exclusive use clause. Most of your tenants, if they have any experience with commercial leases, will want them. However, agreeing to broad terms could turn your rental property into a nightmare.
Rental landlords should know that there's a right way and a wrong way to evict a tenant. The wrong way is posting a 72-hour notice on someone's door after a hurricane, having their electrical power cut off and telling them that you want them out so that repairs can be made after a hurricane blew through the area.
Your home is important to you -- so when you hire a contractor to do renovations or build an addition, you expect your contractor to live up to his or her end of the bargain.
Is your business in a legal dispute with someone? Depending on the nature of the dispute -- and your desire to resolve the issue quietly and quickly -- you may want to consider hiring a private judge.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is designed to prohibit discrimination against the disabled in a number of areas, including commerce. Many small businesses regularly run into difficulty with ADA compliance and find lawsuits over compliance both common and cumbersome.