We've been quiet these past few weeks but the world has not been. We'd like to talk today about two entirely unrelated but fascinatingly fun topics: (1) the North Carolina Department of Transportation's ("NCDOT") idea to...more
In a 2-1 decision, a Ninth Circuit panel has affirmed a district court's dismissal of a putative class action against Redbox - the company with the bright red DVD-rental kiosks - alleging violations of California's...more
In This Issue:
- SC18921- Redding Life Care, Inc. v. Redding
- SC18846- Bauer v. Bauer
- SC18947- State v. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital
- AC34075- Carrillo v. Goldberg
- AC33764- Alarmax...more
In This Presentation:
1. Why were changes needed?
2. How are things changing?
3. The process of change
4. Amendments in place now
5. What is still to change?
- 2nd Draft Amendment
- 3rd Draft...more
A landlord can require a tenant to put down a deposit for keys, remote entry devices or cards, as long as the deposit is refundable and the amount of the deposit does not exceed their expected replacement cost if they are not...more
Cash security deposits (typically in the amount of one or two month’s rent) have been the traditional form of tenant credit enhancement required by commercial landlords. However, in instances where...more
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