In deciding on the best course of action for navigating a lawsuit, oftentimes an overlooked aspect is the financial costs to maintain an action.  For example, suppose Company A breaches the clear terms of a contract with Company B, costing Company B to incur damages in the amount of


An individual or entity may purchase a foreclosed premise where the original owner is still residing.  It is unlawful for the new owner to take matters into their own hands and forcibly remove them from the premises.  Instead, the new owner must commence legal proceedings to evict the former owner.  However, prior to doing so, the

Unlawful Evictions

Unlawful Evictions In order for a tenant to be lawfully evicted from a premises, strict procedures must be followed.  A landlord that takes self-help remedies and removes a tenant’s belongings and changes the locks may be liable for triple the damages suffered by the tenant as a result of the landlord’s unlawful eviction.  Accordingly, it

How To Write a Rent Demand

In order for a written rent demand to be proper, it must contain specific information.  The written rent demand must set forth the following:      The written demand must state that the Tenant is required to pay the unpaid rent, or, alternatively return possession of the subject premises.      The demand must specify the period that rent

Naming Your Business

THE IMPORTANCE OF CONDUCTING RESEARCH BEFORE FORMING YOUR LEGAL ENTITY UNDER A SPECIFIC NAME         At the Siegel Law Firm, P.C., we help businesses with all issues ranging from formation to litigation. While forming a new business can provide a number of advantages to a business owner, including protection from individual liability, all too frequently,