You Breached a Contract, So What? #ContractLaw

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Recently I met with a woman who was party to a contract with another person. The woman was extremely frustrated because the other party to the contract breached the contract. I read the contract and listened to the woman describe what happened. There was no doubt that a breach occurred. However, it was equally as clear that this woman did … Read More

Your Name in Contract Law – Very Important!

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Shakespeare reminds us that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. However, this metaphor only goes so far. A contract signed in any other name is not necessarily enforceable in the same way. Some business owners, for example, have made the mistake of signing their personal name to a contract without making any indication in the document … Read More

Contract & Litigation Law: Collecting on a Judgment

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Nathaniel Wadsworth - Contract & Litigation Attorney

It was widely reported recently that Apple, the maker of the iPhone, won a lawsuit against its competitor, Samsung, in the amount of more than $1 billion. It is commonly misunderstood that after a party wins a lawsuit, it will automatically receive the money awarded. Often times, however collecting the money from a judgment is even more challenging than winning … Read More