Articles Tagged with Contracts

Most business people are probably familiar with, and expect to see, force majeure clauses in their contracts.  This is an important contract clause for a party required to perform obligations—and whose performance might be delayed or limited by unforeseeable events or events outside of their control such as civil or labor riots, wars, fires, terrorism, explosions, […]

As discussed in Part 1 of this series, this blog post discusses considerations that should be given in drafting and negotiating certain key provisions in construction contracts to avoid potential issues during construction and future legal disputes. In addition to those provisions discussed in Part I, the following construction contract provisions should also be considered: 1.         Payment Provisions – This […]

All too often, a client will present a contract proposal to me (design services for an improvement project, internet and television bulk services agreement with a national service provider, elevator service and maintenance agreement for a high-rise condominium building, and so many more) from the selected company and ask, “Can you please review this contract […]

Something bad has happened. Your customer has breached the contract by failing to pay. Your business partner has stolen money from the business account. You have been fired. You have gotten into a car accident. Your cousin has stolen money from your elderly uncle’s bank account. All bad things right ? After you are done […]

In 2017, the Florida Legislature passed new laws requiring every condominium of 150 or more units to have an independent website or web portal that provides condo owners copies of certain specified official records of the condominium by July 1, 2018. At first blush, creating a website and uploading official records to it may seem like a simple […]