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Commercial Litigation

What Is the Difference Between Business Litigation vs. Commercial Litigation?

At Rushing & Guice, we understand the complexities of business and commercial litigation in Mississippi. With a track record of representing thousands of cases at the state level, our legal team possesses the expertise to handle a wide range of legal concerns regarding commercial & business litigation in Mississippi, with skill and precision. Litigation is often a last resort in commercial disputes due to its cost and time-consuming nature. That's why you need an attorney who can advocate for your interests effectively while ensuring the process remains as efficient as possible. With decades of experience, Rushing & Guice is ...

Commercial Litigation for Services Rendered

When a contractor or subcontractor wins a bid to improve a commercial property, they make plans to fulfill that contract to the best of their ability. However, during the work, a problem may arise in the financial well-being of the company that awarded the contract. When this happens, payment for services rendered may not be made on time to the contractor who cannot make payment to his subcontractors. The contractor can then file a mechanic’s lien on the property. What is a Mechanic’s Lien? A mechanic's lien, otherwise known as a construction lien, is a guarantee of payment to contractors ...

March 3, 2018|Commercial Litigation|

Changing Your Business Entity or State of Incorporation: Why and How

In a previous post, we discussed the importance of choosing the right type of entity for your new or growing business. From shielding assets, to determining control of the business, to tax issues, many factors go into deciding which corporate form is right for your business. Many similar issues are considered when choosing whether your entity will be incorporated in Mississippi or another state, such as Delaware. …

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