Legal Advice for “Contracts” — 524 results
Written by attorney Gregory Glaser, almost 4 years ago.
Every contract provides both benefits and burdens. In this way, contracts can empower productivity, and yet also limit freedom.Generally, for any contract to be valid in the eyes of the law,... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
Another common question people have revolves around settlement agreements. Depending on the state--and possibly even county within the state--it may be possible to enter into a written... more
Written by attorney Lara O. Chubaty, about 3 years ago.
There are many alternatives available to sellers who want to offer financing to buyers of their properties. Seller financing can be beneficial to both buyer and seller. Buyer is given an... more
Written by attorney Timothy Miranda, about 4 years ago.
Contracts may be comprised of a few spoken words, conduct or a written document containing scores of pages. Each matter is different, yet the following provides some useful, pithy... more
Written by attorney Mira Radadia, 5 months ago.
You and your customers may have different ideas about the type of products you'll provide, when you'll provide them, or how you will be paid. Even one misunderstanding has the potential to... more
Written by attorney Benjamin E Wick, 19 days ago.
Every business enters into numerous contracts. Although the language of a contract may appear to be boilerplate, contracts should be tailored to address the purpose of the contract.... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, 5 months ago.
In the construction industry, contracting parties have the freedom to agree to whatever method to determine the amount of compensation for the amount of work performed on a contract. This... more
Written by attorney John M McCormick, about 1 month ago.
Many business owners sign contracts without thinking twice. They order supplies, contract. They lease a vehicle, contract. They rent office space, contract. Have you thought about what you... more
Written by attorney Marlo D. Bruch, about 1 month ago.
What is a non-compete? A non-compete is a term used in contract law under which one party (usually an employee) agrees not to enter into or start a similar profession or trade in... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, 3 months ago.
Generally the terms of a construction contract are always upheld in court, as the parties both agreed to such terms. However, in Love’s Window & Door Installation, Inc. v. Acousti... more