How is litigation involving spouses handled in Arizona?
Partnership and Similar Agreements - Douglas W. Lubic, Esq.
“Innovation” is a word that is heard with increasing frequency in outsourcing circles, despite the concept being not exactly new. This begs the question why it has now crept its way up the list of topics for consideration in...more
In a precedent setting case, the Supreme Court of Canada has: (1) recognized good faith as a "general organizing principle" of Canadian contract law; and (2) recognized a new duty of "honest performance", which requires...more
California Legislature Expands Government Code Section 1090 Liability to Those Who Aid and Abet -
An amendment to Government Code section 1090 now makes it a felony for any person to aid and abet a government official...more
Knowing what you have promised is important in business. The financial consequences of contracts can be beneficial or dire. Lawyers have long advised to "get it in writing" as without a written contract there is too much...more
Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk Shareholder Roger Cohen discusses how litigation involving spouses is handled in Arizona. For more information visit www.jaburgwilk.com. ...more
Hot topics for the Technology and Sourcing team often relate to technology itself (the move to Cloud) or market developments (single versus multi sourcing; trends in contractual risk allocation). One current hot topic,...more
On November 10, 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit continued its recent trend of declining to enforce arbitration clauses after finding that the contracts containing those clauses were never actually formed...more
People sometimes forget that when you click “I Accept” or “I Agree”, you are entering into a legally-binding contract with the software company or website owner. And usually, the terms of the contract are extremely one-sided...more
A few months ago, the Ninth Circuit found that the arbitration agreement in Barnes & Noble’s website was not enforceable. This week, the Ninth Circuit found that the arbitration agreement Sirius XM Radio relied upon was not...more
You’re a subcontractor with employees at your customer’s worksite. The customer orders you to remove an employee from the project. In fact, the customer emails you that the employee’s repeated safety complaints are killing...more
There is very little required by law to make a contract enforceable. Some types of contracts are required to be in writing, such as anything to do with land, contracts for goods worth $500 or more, and contracts for services...more
Most cases in the United States settle. Insurers are well-aware of this fact. Thus, insurance companies employ consent-to-settle provisions in insurance policies to limit and control their liability in the likely event of a...more
A recent opinion from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirms that the Statute of Frauds will not void an oral agreement to pay commissions if the agreement lacks a fixed duration.
In Kroshnyi v. U.S. Pack...more
Many contracts contain clauses requiring parties to carry insurance and to agree to indemnify one party or another in the event of a lawsuit. Such language is typical in lease agreements, distribution contracts, and...more
Here are some of the things people consent to when they click on "I agree"...
?That all disputes will be heard and decided in the courts of King County, Washington,
?That they accept the app or service...more
Is electricity goods or services? That seemingly simple yet confounding question is illustrated by three recent bankruptcy cases (all of which consider whether an electricity provider is entitled to an administrative expense...more
Bylaws hardly constitute literature. For the most part, they simply regurgitate the applicable general corporation law with a few permitted changes here and there. In general, there seems to be two schools of thought when...more
In this decision, the Court of Chancery granted defendants’ motion to dismiss, finding that it could not enforce the plaintiffs’ alleged oral agreement where the related written agreements make no reference to any prior...more
Excess insurance is essential to businesses of medium or larger size because it provides catastrophe coverage at much lesser rates per dollar of coverage than primary insurance. There are two main reasons for this: The excess...more
In Nguyen v. Barnes & Noble, Inc., 2014 WL 4056549 (9th Cir. Aug. 18, 2014) the US...more
When a company lacks past performance experience, it can find itself at a significant competitive disadvantage against its competitors. Companies without track records often try to address the problem by relying on the...more
Operators of social media platforms and other websites must manage a large number of risks arising from their interactions with users. In an effort to maintain a degree of predictability and mitigate some of those risks,...more
This post is the second in Foley’s blogs on China telemedicine and the first in the blog series, “Realizing the Potential of Telemedicine in China,” meant to address top issues facing U.S. companies looking to enter the...more
In Kevin Khoa Nguyen v. Barnes & Noble Inc., 2014 U.S. App. LEXIS 15868 (9th Cir. 2014), decided on August 18, 2014, the Ninth Circuit rejected an attempt to bind a consumer to an arbitration clause found in an online terms...more
This summer, the Missouri Supreme Court issued a decision that will affect arbitration agreements relied on by employers across the state. The decision—one of many in a recent trend of Missouri cases restricting the...more
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