A Day Late and a Dollar Short, But Does it Really Matter in Contract Law? We all understand the basics of how a contract is made. In contract law You promise to give up something to receive something else in return. For example, you tell the neighbor boy that you will pay him if he waters your lawn on Tuesday and Thursday while you are out of town … [Read more...] about Contract Law, What Really Matters?
As an experienced contract attorney in Arizona I find it interesting that going into the 1860 Republican nominating convention, it was far from certain who would emerge as the presidential candidate for the young party. One of those with hopes of winning the nomination, Abraham Lincoln, did not attend the convention but had friends there lobbying … [Read more...] about When a Contract Is Not a Contract | Contract Attorney in Arizona
The football season is well under way, new fall television lineups are beginning, and presidential debates are attracting viewers in record numbers. Admit it, you love watching TV. And, if you have a commercial office or store somewhere, you might think it would be a good idea to set up some TV’s in your lobby to make your customers’ experience … [Read more...] about Don’t show satellite TV unless you’re paying for it!
As a business and corporate law attorney I find it interesting that many business owners do not understand there are significant advantages to forming a separate legal entity, such as an LLC or a corporation, to run a business, but fail to realize the full benefit these entities can provide.As a way to relate why it is important to get advice … [Read more...] about Corporate Law Attorney – The Importance of Corporate Designations #CorporateLawAttorney
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 not … [Read more...] about You Breached a Contract, So What? #ContractLaw
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...] about Your Name in Contract Law – Very Important!