Every business has an interest in certain legislation that affects their industry. The problem is that many corporations are not equipped to handle legislative efforts. Doing so effectively requires close attention to the daily workings of congressional bodies and thorough knowledge of the legislative process.
Whether you know from a TV show or run-in with the police, you may be familiar with the right to counsel. You probably know that this applies in a criminal case. It's also likely you think it means you have the right to be represented by a lawyer.
Contracts are all around us. They are the legal documents that govern all sorts of interactions. These documents can be used for cell phone service, a home mortgage and even high-stakes business deals. There's no doubt about it, you've likely been the party to a contract at some point of your life. But what happens when a contract goes sideways?