By Ned Nicholas
Hundreds of thousands of lawsuits are filed in the United States every year. The bulk of these are routine collection matters, so it is not surprising that relatively few of these cases end with a trial.
But thousands of hotly-contested...
By James W. Walker
Have you ever performed work for a client without getting the client’s signature on a contract? If a problem later surfaced, could you enforce its terms? In many states, the answer is a resounding …maybe. Signed contracts...
By James Rixey
In a recent decision, the U.S. Supreme Court established that contractual forum-selection clauses deserve near absolute deference and should be enforced in all but the most exceptional cases when deciding transfer of venue under 28 U...