Legal Advice for “Contracts” — 1,677 results
Written by attorney Vonda Vandaveer, 11 months ago.
Many companies that are located outside the United States, and that are contractors and subcontractorson United States Government (USG) projects, are unaware of the legal systems and rights... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months 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 Alicia Phidd, about 1 year ago.
If you have ever watched an old movie, you will see where a handshake can close a deal. Gone are those days. While an oral agreement can be legally binding, it is best to commit your... more
Written by attorney Ronald P Adams, almost 2 years ago.
In the absence of an operating agreement, the LLC will be governed by the rules set forth in Arizonas statutes, which are silent on what will happen in many situations.
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Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, over 2 years ago.
Recently Non-Compete Agreement seems to be a hot topic raised by the clients in the office. Laws governing enforceability of a non-compete agreement is a tricky one by nature anyways.
In a... more
Written by attorney Joshua Erlich, 3 months ago.
A severance agreement is an agreement in which you settle any potential future claims you have against the company up front. In other words, a severance agreement is like a sales contract.... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, 8 months ago.
Generally, YES if it belongs to the employer (which it usually does), otherwise not. But, further details are needed to decide, and are outlined below. In What Capacity Did You Work For... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, almost 2 years ago.
Courtney Loves former assistant has sued the musician/actress for wrongful termination and wage and hour violations. What is really unique about the former assistants allegations is her... more
Written by attorney Kevin Adams, 8 months ago.
All franchisors that are subject to registration in California are required to provide prospective franchisees with a Franchise Disclosure Document (“FDD”), including the California cover... more
Written by attorney June Yang Cutter, 9 months ago.
Speaking from experience, there are a lot of hoops to jump through before you can sue the Federal government. Simply put, you cannot even sue the government unless the government says you... more