The Ramsey Law Group represents businesses with their legal needs -- transactional and litigation – using experience, skill and judgment. Unlike a larger firms, Ramsey Law Group attorneys work to understand a client’s business or personal goals in addition to their legal concerns. As a result, clients often find themselves not only well protected legally but also empowered to better meet their busines objectives. The Ramsey Law Group is responsive, pragmatic, and determined to help their clients succeed.
The Ramsey Law Group transactional team represents start-ups and established businesses in a variety of fields – technology, real estate, food and beverage, manufacturing and service. Attorneys advise on day-to-day and complex business matters, as well as act as General Counsel.
The Ramsey Law Group litigation team represents both companies and individuals in a wide-range of matters including real estate and land use disputes, commercial transactions, bankruptcy and employment.
Business Transactional Matters
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Business Formation
- Contracts (Negotiation & Formation)
- Trademarks & Copyrights
- Employment (Compliance, Counseling & Disputes)
- Intellectual Property Protection
Business Litigation Matters (Trials, Arbitrations & Appeals)
- Construction remedies
- Property Damage Disputes
- Creditor Representation in Bankruptcy
- Real Estate
- Land Use
- Corporate Governance
|Estate Planners and Business Attorneys - Keeping One Another in Your Peripheral Vision
Bruce Ramsey, Ramsey Law Group, a professional corporation & Deborah Farr, Turner Huguet & Adams
Estate planners and business attorneys need not go bump in the night. Providing services to clients in a coordinated fashion with other legal counsel is appropriate in the estate planning arena. If you are not an estate planning attorney, having a line of communication with attorneys in the field is essential for meeting client needs. More often than not,
|Accommodating Employee Requests
When an employee asks about rearranging the workday to accommodate a personal errand, most managers will try to work out a compromise that seems fair and reasonable. But sometimes actions taken with the best of intentions can backfire.
|Contractor License Woes in California
Published on November 8, 2012, the CA Court of Appeal considered the appeal of a summary judgment issued in favor of a project owner. Essentially, the opinion of the Court reiterated the draconian impact and application of the strict contractor licensing laws and the contractor was forced to pay the project owner over $750,000.
|How to Deal with Preferential Transfer Claims in Bankruptsy
Have you ever received a notice from a bankruptcy debtor or a bankruptcy trustee demanding the return of monies or the value of property transferred to you by the debtor within ninety days of the date the bankruptcy was filed?
This article should assist you to understand the concept of preferential transfers, give you insight into possible defenses to the claim and suggest a strategy to implement your response.
|Changes to CA Mechanics Lien Law - July 1, 2012
Contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, design professionals, and all others who are entitled by statute to assert a mechanics lien for recovery for services or materials furnished to a work of improvement should be aware of significant changes to the mechanics lien law which will go into effect July 1, 2012.
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