Legal Advice for “Contracts” — 511 results
Written by attorney Christopher Missick, 3 months ago.
Examining some of the fundamental provisions a grape grower and a winery will want to have in a grape purchase contract. Essential Contract Provisions In prior articles, I have discussed... more
Written by attorney Ripal Patel, 8 months ago.
Below are a few important issues that require consideration from clients before they sign on the dotted line to have their product (software) developed by another company (vendor) whether... more
Written by attorney Matthew Casebolt, 3 months ago.
The Colorado Real Estate Commission provides model forms for use in most Colorado real estate transactions. This guide addresses the standard Colorado real estate "Listing Contract" and... more
Written by attorney Tina Gehres, 4 months ago.
Most important business negotiations result in a written contract, a binding legal document which sets out the terms on which the parties have agreed and serves as a guide to the parties in... more
Written by attorney Zebulon Chandler, 5 months ago.
This guide attempts to outline the major considerations in a modern talent management contract. Effective management is critical for career development for artist and talent. Therefore,... more
Written by attorney John Miller, 8 months ago.
I have gradually developed a list of 60 practical contract-drafting tips. As a refresher, I routinely refer to my tip-sheet (as well as other checklists) just before I draft a contract.... more
Written by attorney Ronald Burdge, 9 months ago.
This Avvo Legal Guide explains what a breach of contract or a breach of warranty is, what you have to prove, and what your rights are under the Uniform Commercial Code, the sales law that... more
Written by attorney Daniel Schramm, almost 3 years ago.
The owners of a closely held business normally will find no readily available market for their business.When one partner dies, retires, becomes disabled or wants to leave, the common... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, 11 months ago.
Typically, duress, menace, and undue influence are raised in business, elder abuse, and other matters involving intentional torts. One often overlooked, and frequently misunderstood, form... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, over 1 year ago.
Yes. Sometimes, however, not much more. Here's when it might be quite worthwhile, and when not. When both sides are big companies. Big companies have lots of people. It helps to have things... more