The team of attorneys at InHouse Co has substantial expertise in obtaining accelerated, preliminary relief pertaining to commercial litigation. Often an early victory can be decisive in determining the outcome of the litigation. Specifically, we have a long track record of handling civil disputes. Coupled with our in-depth knowledge of litigation tactics, our team reacts quickly in a crisis and is able to quickly formulate case strategies to achieve ultimate success.
A patent is an intellectual property right that is granted to an inventor by the government. A patent gives the inventor sole rights to the invention, and it excludes others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention throughout the United States or importing the invention into the United States for a limited time in exchange for public disclosure of the invention when the patent is granted. Intellectual property right was established over 200 years ago and is a part of the United Sates Constitution. Under Article 1, Section 8 of the United States Constitution, it states: �to promote the science and useful arts by securing for a limited time to the inventors the exclusive right to their respective rights and discoveries.�
The attorneys at InHouse Co. Law Firm understand the importance of an estate plan and provide estate planning services for estates of all sizes. For many families protecting their primary residence is their main concern, or perhaps, the goal for a family may be to preserve wealth for future generations. Regardless, InHouse Co. is dedicated to preserving the hard earned assets of our clients. Each family is unique and each family has its own goals and desires. Whatever the case may be, the attorney's at InHouse Co. Law Firm can effectively guide you from the initial planning process till all necessary documents have been drafted and finalized. The need for an estate plan is extremely important as an effective estate plan provides for the distribution and management of your assets upon death, in addition to addressing future needs if you are no longer able to take care of yourself.
InHouse Co. Law Firm represents buyers, sellers, property owners, investors, landlords and tenants in real estate litigation and real estate transactions. InHouse Co. Law Firm has substantial experience in all aspects of real estate law, as it has successfully represented its clients in the following matters:
Where large commercial debt has been incurred as a result of bad faith withholding of payments by large corporations, a task force of specialized attorneys capable of retrieving payments is needed to represent the creditors. This issue is becoming more and more prevalent as China becomes a manufacturing powerhouse and the United States dips into a prolonged recession. Many of the US companies are strapped for cash and are negligent in making payments to the Chinese manufacturers.
In the United States, bankruptcy law offers a debtor, one who is unable to pay his creditors, a way to resolve his debts through the division of his assets among his creditors. This process allows the interests of all the creditors to be treated equally. Some bankruptcy procedures allow debtors to be discharged of all financial obligations even if creditors have not been fully paid. While other bankruptcy procedures allow a debtor to stay in business and use their revenue to pay off creditors over a period of time.
Inhouse Co's Corporation practice regularly provides advice to corporate management, boards of directors and board committees on governance matters, including corporate governance, legal compliance, fiduciary duties and board oversight responsibilities. This aspect of our practice has been particularly useful to our clients in light of the recent changes in US securities regulation and related initiatives from regulatory agencies. We have been instrumental in counseling boards of directors in guarding against, responding to and successfully fending off unsolicited acquisition offers.
Becoming a permanent resident investor in the US is a lengthy and challenging process. Inhouse Co's attorneys will take you through the necessary steps, so you have a peace of mind to focus on your businesses, and save time and money.