Legal Advice for Terms and Conditions — 11 results
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, about 1 year ago.
Employment-Based Immigration: First Preference EB-1
Employment-based, first-preference visa are designed to grant to people who have an extraordinary ability, are an... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Priore, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
I have been been drafting quite a few Terms and Conditions for websites lately, and in the course of reviewing some TC out in the wild, I realized that there are few best practices in place.... more
Written by attorney Dean R. Zakos, about 2 years ago.
As a seller, you often see a multi-page agreement or a set of terms and conditions submitted by a prospective purchaser in a commercial (non-consumer) transaction.
You should be... more
Written by attorney William Yanger, 9 months ago.
I’ve heard the bar-stool lawyers (not attorneys, they just like to play one while slurping drinks in front of pretty females) from time to time pontificate about lawsuits they’ll defend pro... more
Written by attorney Frank A. Natoli, almost 2 years ago.
The number one concern I have observed with our clients online terms and agreements is NOT with the substantive drafting of the provisions, but with the way these contracts (and yes, they... more
Written by attorney Laura Hess, over 4 years ago.
Limit liability if there is a quality problem. For instance, exclude liability for consequential damages, lost profits, or punitive damages. You may want to limit the buyer's remedies to... more
Written by attorney Thomas Richelo, over 1 year ago.
Many construction companies that perform a high number of projects with relatively small per-project prices -- such as $10,000 or less find themselves in markets where it may be standard... more
Written by attorney Lior Y Leser, over 2 years ago.
Terms: The Background
Why do we care about a web site's Terms and Conditions? Everyone knows that a site needs to have legal Terms. Few people think about the obvious question: Why?
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, about 3 years ago.
A landlord and tenant may include in a rental agreement, terms and conditions not prohibited by Virginia law including rent, charges for late payment of rent, term of the agreement,... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cali, over 4 years ago.
If you are a business owner, at some point in your business you probably have a form contract that you use for sales or services. The first page of your contract probably has all the... more