Steer clear of inconsistent contract, tort and equitable theories in litigation to position your case for a successful and cost-effective outcome.
Technology continues to change our lives and businesses, but do we understand the inherent vulnerabilities that come with this new tech age?
When the enforceability of a contract turns on a party’s “good faith,” these are much more than just words.
When it looks like a contract and reads like a contract, is it really a contract? Maybe not!
Requesting a change of venue in litigation can provide strategic and practical advantages.
It can be a real nuisance for lawyers and non-lawyers to get this aspect of the law wrong.
Following the massive Equifax data breach, businesses and consumers must remain vigilant.
Proper documentation of personal property sales the best defense to a claim of conversion
Bankruptcy court rules trustees can’t claw back, as fraudulent transfers, Plus Loans taken by parents for a child’s education.
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- Failure to Understand Terms of Personal Guarantee Agreements Will Likely Cost You
- Collateral Estoppel may Apply to Vacated Judgments Post-settlement
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