As a business owner, you approach a local vendor about suppling some of your needs for parts and materials. The meeting goes well. They agree to make some deliveries and you agree to pay. You shake hands, and the other business owner walks you to the door.
You never wanted to sue your business partner, but things have gone poorly, and you feel like you have no other option. Is it possible to open up a lawsuit against this individual, and why would you want to do it?
As an entrepreneur setting up your business, you undoubtedly have amazing ideas that you've been thinking about for years having to do with your product, your logo and your slogan. You can't wait to put it all into place.
Entrepreneurs who want to run their own business might prefer buying a franchise instead of starting their own companies.