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How Receivers Can Stabilize Struggling Hospitality Assets

Recent reports say that approximately 25% of hotels cannot pay their mortgages and are at risk of
foreclosure. One example is the famed Roosevelt Hotel, which survived a world war and the Great<...

Tricks of the Trade, Part 2: Trade Secrets and Inevitable Disclosure in California

A few weeks ago, we posted an article geared towards entrepreneurs who are striking it out on ...

Tips for Entrepreneurs: Various Insurance Options available to Businesses

Auto insurance, homeowner’s insurance, health insurance…you probably are a policyholder for at least one of these common types of coverage.  Just as individuals can insure their cars, homes an...

Trade Secrets and California Law: Defining “Misappropriation” of a Trade Secret

In California, a claim made regarding misappropriation of trade secrets rests on proving two elements: 1) the existence of a true “trade secret” (discussed in our

Tips for New Entrepreneurs: Forming a Business Entity

Entrepreneurs opening up a new business will quickly run into the challenges that face small business owners on a daily basis.  The Griswold Law Blog will be posting a series of articles inten...

Trade Secrets and California Law – Defining Trade Secrets

For many businesses, success depends upon keeping certain, key pieces of company information strictly in-house.   This information might be a certain technique or formula used to create a...

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