Polygon – You’re the CEO of a software company.
You have the financial resources to fight off a suit, but you’re just not sure how to proceed.
If you’re wondering whether you should sue the company, there are three reasons you should.
The first reason is that it’s against the law to lie to shareholders or make false statements about the company.
If you’re facing a lawsuit, it’s a good idea to prove the truthfulness of what you’re selling and whether it’s in the best interest of your company.
A corporation can be sued for misrepresentations, so if you can show that the company did something wrong, you should go ahead and file a lawsuit.
The second reason is if you’re filing a lawsuit against a company that is currently a public company, the company can sue you for false representation.
The company that owns the stock, the board, or the business that you’re suing is not legally responsible for what you say, so it doesn’t matter if the company that sued you has made a mistake.
If the company you’re accusing of wrongful conduct sued you to protect the company’s stock, then it could be sued by the public for wrongful conduct.
The public can also sue you under federal law to prevent the company from violating a law.
The lawsuit will be heard in court.
The third reason is for public companies that are publicly traded, which can be a problem.
You can sue a publicly traded company for false advertising.
Public companies have no legal liability for what they say or do in the course of the business, so they’re better off not suing the public companies.
But you don’t have to sue every company that you suspect of doing something wrong.
There are also situations where it’s legal to file a case against a publicly-traded company.
For example, if a company has a lawsuit on its books against another company for allegedly misleading investors, you might be able to sue that other company for wrongful advertising.
If a company is publicly traded and it’s alleged that another company is using its stock as a prop, then the company might have to pay the other company damages.
In addition, the courts have held that the public can sue corporations for false statements made in connection with an offer of securities.
The courts have said that the same holds true for misleading statements made about a product or service.
So it’s possible to file suit against a public corporation for misleading investors.
The third reason for suing a publicly listed company is if the public company has made false or misleading statements about you, your reputation, or other factors.
It’s a bad idea to sue a public listing company for this reason.
If there’s a case you can win against a privately listed company, it may be a good time to sue it.
This article originally appeared on Polygon.