Legal Advice for Breach of Contract — 155 results
Written by attorney Michael Kelley, about 1 year ago.
Contracts are a vital part of any business. Whether it is a purchase or sale order, an offer of employment or a customer waiver and release, the terms of any contract define the nature of... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
The creation of a relationship of trust and confidence and that the defendant took advantage of. These claims are labeled as constructive fraud claims. constructive fraud is established... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months ago.
Businesses and individuals who have incurred expenses and performed services for others but have not entered into a formal contract may still be able to recover monies under a theory of... more
Written by attorney Alex Rosenthal, almost 3 years ago.
Business contracts are a key element for the business world. They make sure that individuals and corporations keep their promises and fulfill their obligations. In essence, contracts are an... more
Written by attorney Steven Fahlgren, almost 2 years ago.
In the good old days, a man could be taken at is word and a handshake could seal a deal and thus, written contracts were often the exception rather than the rule. Today, handshake deals are... more
Written by attorney Stephen Verbit, 11 months ago.
Employees sometimes get information about an employers business that would be useful to the employers market competitors. Such information could include trade secrets, proprietary processes,... more
Written by attorney Philip Marcus, almost 2 years ago.
Say you made a contract to sell a couple of computers. There was a decent margin over your wholesale cost but now, abruptly, they are in short supply and costly. You can get them in time... more
Written by attorney John C Peick, 10 months ago.
In the case of Anthony A. Labriola, v. Pollard Group, Inc., 100 P. 3d 791, 152 Wash. 2d (2004), the Washington State Supreme Court, Ireland, J. presiding decided that: (1) a non-compete... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, about 2 years ago.
A common question in contract law is Are oral agreements enforceable?The simple answer is that they can be.
A contract exists when there is an agreement between two or more parties that... more
Written by attorney Alex Rosenthal, almost 2 years ago.
The economy does not have to be bad a company to incorporate severance agreements into its employment policies. Severance agreements are important for a variety of reasons regardless of... more
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