Contractual Arbitration Provisions: Are They Worth Keeping in Your Business Contracts?

Arbitration of grievances is one of the oldest forms of alternative dispute resolution. The Federal Arbitration Act passed in 1925, and over the years the United States Supreme Court has rendered a number of decisions that solidified its use as a form of alternative dispute resolution. By the mid-1980s the…

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Small Business Real Estate Series, Part II: Commercial Lease Negotiations

By David Brnilovich, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC Part I of the Small Business Real Estate Series focused on the due diligence a small business owner should conduct when evaluating commercial locations. Once you have decided on the location that best suits the needs of your business and budget, the…

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Small Business Real Estate Series – Part I: Commercial Leases

By David Brnilovich, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. Each year, thousands of new entrepreneurs set out to make their dream of being a business owner a reality. Many will be based in their home until the business is large or profitable enough to support the expense of a commercial space.…

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Garrett Olexa Featured in AZRE

Jennings Strouss attorney Garrett J. Olexa was featured in AZRE discussing what commercial landlords should know before locking out a commercial tenant. Read the full article here.

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Does Your Will Contain a Profession of Your Faith?

by Garrett J. Olexa, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. Adding Religious Preambles to Your Will Have you considered including a religious preamble to your Last Will and Testament as a final means of professing your faith? Prior to the beginning of the 20th century, it was common practice for Last…

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The Beneficiary Deed – Is It Right for You?

by Garrett J Olexa, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. It is common knowledge that the purpose of a Will is to ensure assets are distributed according to a person’s wishes upon his or her death. In addition, many people will go a step further, perhaps upon the advice of their…

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