It is likely that there will be an abundance of passion, and many questions, when beginning the dream of starting a business. Starting a business can be thrilling but may also present moments of anxiety. Many people may have interesting business ideas but not know how to begin and may feel overwhelmed by what steps to take. The legal aspects of a start-up company may seem intimidating to would-be entrepreneurs.
Parties and businesses facing contract disputes may wish to immediately ensure that their rights in the dispute are protected.
Recently, a developer who is a native of Louisiana recently acquired six office buildings in Baton Rouge, and another in Louisiana, for $52.7 million. Because of the developer's connection to the area, he decided to invest in it. The developer has a couple of local partners in the deal. Improvements are planned for the buildings which total 519,000 square feet. In addition to investments in Louisiana, the developer has made other recent developments through the country.
It appears that three musical groups headed to the popular Baton Rouge Bayou Country Superfest have nixed possible performances at the Cajundome concert due to breach of contract concerns. Two of the performers, George Strait and Luke Bryan, were scheduled to play neighboring Cajundome, however, their contracts with Superfest prevent them from doing so. The two have cancelled on the Cajundome event in a nearby Louisiana community after being contractually dissuaded from doing so.
A newly formed strategic merger with a Baton Rouge outdoor-lifestyle company and an Illinois outdoor products company was recently announced. The merger is between Plano, a fishing accessories and outdoor sports storage system company, and Synergy Outdoors, based in Baton Rouge, which specializes in outdoor-related brands.