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Business And Corporate Litigation Lawyers In Rolla Missouri

Rolla is a city in Phelps County, Missouri, United States, midway between the larger cities of St. Louis and Springfield. The population was estimated in 2008 as 18,438. It is the county seat of Phelps County. The Rolla Micropolitan Statistical Area consists of Phelps County. Rolla is an important center for state and federal education and research in science and technology. It is the home of the Missouri University of Science and Technology, originating as the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy in 1870 and existing as the University of Missouri–Rolla from 1964 through 2007. In addition, the US Geological Survey operates a large regional facility with various centers: the National Geospatial Technical Operations Center III, the Missouri Water Science Center, the Mid-Continent Geographic Science Center, National Spatial Data Infrastructure Partnership Office Liaisons, and the Rolla Science Information and Library Services office. The headquarters of the Mark Twain National Forest, the only United States National Forest in Missouri, is also located in Rolla. Although private businesses are more limited, Royal Canin, a major manufacturer of dog and cat food, operates in Rolla. In addition, this is part of the Ozark Highlands American Viticultural Area, with vineyards established first by Italian immigrants to the area.

What is business and corporate litigation?

Business & Commercial Litigation involves representing companies of all sizes in any business-related legal disputes or litigation, including legal issues related to employees, commercial real estate, regulatory compliance, and tax issues. A corporation may sue and be sued, lend, borrow, issue stock, exist indefinitely, and act in many other ways distinct from the shareholders who own it and the managers who run it.

Answers to business and corporate litigation issues in Missouri

The pre-trial process can be both stressful and confusing for anyone who is involved in a court case for the first...

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