Gabriel Crafton

Gabriel Crafton

Rogers Towers

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Guarantors Are Liable For Renewal Promissory Notes Executed Without Notice or Consent Even After Revoking Guaranty

Promissory notes are often renewed and extended without the express written consent of, or even notice to, the guarantors of the note. A guarantor, faced with changing circumstances and wishing to cut off his liability under...more

3/19/2014 - Guarantors Promissory Notes

The Spoliation of Text Messages

In the era of Twitter and Instagram, it should come as no surprise that a party’s cell phone data, including text messages, may prove invaluable to an adverse party during the course of litigation. As with any other...more

2/28/2014 - Corporate Counsel Electronically Stored Information Mobile Devices Spoliation Texting

Standing qua Mortgagee: Challenging the Assignment of a Mortgage in Federal Court

Mortgages are big business. When mortgages are assigned, however, the mortgagor often is a non-party to the assignment. Thus, within certain jurisdictions, mortgagors have historically lacked the requisite standing to...more

12/10/2013 - Assignments Mortgages Standing

Rogers Towers: Understanding Obligations Associated with Your Contract Documents

We have all heard someone accused of defective design or construction say “we did it that way because that is the way we have always done it.” While there are circumstances that require analysis of industry standard behavior,...more

7/24/2013 - Construction Defects Contract Drafting Contract Interpretation Contractors Design Defects

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