Posts by Roth Law Group

Chicago Contract Dispute Lawyer

It happens all the time in business: a contract goes wrong and you’re not getting what you deserve. What do you do? What should you do? The Chicago Contract dispute lawyers at the Roth Law Group understand how small businesses operate and the financial toll litigation can have. We understand that the quickest and easiest solution to contract disputes is through settlement. In our post below, our contract dispute lawyers in Chicago will be discussing the basics of contract dispute and what it entails. Contract dispute occurs when there has been a breach of contract. A breach occurs when failure
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Chicago and Illinois Business Lawyers

Starting a new business Starting a new business is tough. There are many things to take into account: obtaining a business license, deciding on a business entity, business taxes, expenses, and the list goes on and on. At the Roth Law Group, we understand the trials and difficulties that small business owners face and our Chicago Illinois Business lawyers are here to help make things a little easier. In today’s post, our business lawyers will be talking about starting a new business in Chicago. Chicago is a rising star in business development. Many people flock to Chicago, Illinois for the
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Chicago Business Attorney

Companies of all sizes have to deal with a lot of bureaucracy and paperwork just to do business. Long gone are the days of simply designing and manufacturing a great product and putting it out there. Even online businesses that sell digital products run into legal trouble sometimes. It can be incredibly overwhelming trying to do business without making yourself vulnerable to a lawsuit. The attorneys at the Roth Law Group have helped their clients at every stage of the business creation and operation process. From registering as a legally-recognized business entity to hiring employees and then copywriting or trademarking
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Chicago Small Business Lawyer

Starting a small business can be an exhilarating and fulfilling process. You get to be your own boss, and hopefully build something to pass on to your children and grandchildren. Perhaps you yourself inherited your small business from a relative, and it is a source of pride for your family. While all these aspects of small business ownership are appealing, when a legal issue comes up with your company the burden is entirely on you alone. It doesn’t have to be this way. Allow the Chicago business attorneys at the Roth Law Group to help you at whatever juncture you’re
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Illinois Commercial Litigation Attorneys

Business owners have a lot on their plates. We understand the struggles each business owner faces, whether you’re barely starting up or whether you’re established, the struggles never end. It only gets tougher when a legal issue is slapped onto your troubles. The quickest way to deal with a legal issue is to hire an attorney to take care of it for you. You might think you can’t afford an attorney, but we’re here to let you know that you can. The Illinois Commercial Litigation Attorneys at the Roth Law Group will work economically and efficiently within your budget to
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Chicago Contract Lawyer

Are you being sued over a contract? Have you signed a contract and haven’t gotten what you bargained for? Are your demands for payment going straight to voicemail? If you’re facing contract problems of any type, contact the Chicago Contract Attorneys at the Roth Law Group to do the talking for you. We’ll represent you in court and enforce your rights in any contract related disputes against companies throughout Cook County and Illinois. The Roth Law Group will make the decisions that will help your small business succeed. We know how small businesses operate and we know that litigation is
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Illinois Business Contract Attorneys

Owning a business is both rewarding and filled with headaches, especially when you deal with clients or vendors who do honor contract terms. Forming a business and partnering up with people is always a risk since you can never accurately predict how your partner may act or how whether your business will succeed. It’s unpredictable and things rarely go your way. Sometimes clients won’t pay on time. Other times you may find yourself at the end of a lawsuit over a business deal. It’s disheartening and you should be prepared for the worst, but hope for the best. When a
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Chicago Business Contract Attorneys

Business contracts legal matters can get complicated. When a contract goes awry and circumstances are not going according to plan, our attorneys can do the talking for you. If you find yourself demanding for payments or are being sued over a contract, The Roth Law Group can represent you in court. When you hire us, you will send out a message that you are serious about enforcing your rights. Disputes dealing with contracts and other businesses can be challenging and having a professional represent you will give you the best chance of reaching a solution. Chicago-based Roth Law Group represents
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Commercial Litigation Attorneys

We are a Chicago based law firm and advise individuals and businesses on how to structure their new business and the requirements for operating that type of business. We know, however, that most start up businesses will have a limited budget to operate and an even a smaller budget to allocate toward legal fees. We understand commercial litigation, and we will work to render the most efficient and economical solution to resolve your dispute without putting a dent in your business. Have you already started a new business? What has been your biggest challenge? We have dealt with it all
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Visa, MasterCard Fees Deal Opposed by 1,200 Businesses

According to Bloomberg News, “Retailer groups opposed to Visa Inc. (V) and MasterCard Inc. (MA)’s $7.25 billion settlement of a lawsuit over merchant credit-card fees said they have garnered support from about 1,200 businesses covered by the deal.” It has also been reported that “trade associations including the National Association of Convenience Stores, the National Community Pharmacists Association and the National Restaurant Association urged U.S. District Judge John Gleeson in Brooklyn, New York, not to grant initial approval to the settlement, according to objection papers the parties are preparing to submit.” Washington Post has also reported that “The settlement, estimated
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