Legal Advice for “Contracts / Agreements” — 1,656 results
Written by attorney Stephen Verbit, 12 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 Alex Rosenthal, about 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 Peter Lamont, about 1 year ago.
It is important for homeowners who enter into forbearance agreements with their mortgage lender to comply with the terms of those agreements.
In a recent appellate division case the... more
Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.
One thing we are frequently asked to review is employment terms known as non-compete agreements. It essentially limits an employees ability to use his or her former employers training,... more
Written by attorney John C Peick, 11 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 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
Written by attorney Todd Gallinger, over 3 years ago.
A non-disclosure agreement is a legal contract in which all
involved parties promise to protect the confidentiality of secret information
that is disclosed during employment or another type... 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 Charles F Basil, over 2 years ago.
The covenant not to compete prohibits an employee or business seller from working at or operating a competing company, in substantially the same position or engaging in substantially the... more
Written by attorney John Ralls, 4 months ago.
Section 8-1-2, Alabama Code – Written contract not expressing parties’ Intent may be revised 1. What forms of contracts are there? Oral and written. 2. Can both of these be enforced?... more