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November 2017 Archives

Common business torts explained

People are in business to make money; that much is easy enough to understand. However, the road to success in business is not always paved in gold. In fact, it can be fraught with more cracks, potholes and backed up with more traffic than I-10 on a Tuesday afternoon. Indeed, being in business can be fulfilling and profitable, but knowing what can get you into trouble and when you can seek remedies is just as important.

Three things contractors should know about disaster relief

After just over a month removed from the wildfires that consumed nearly 200,000 acre of land in the North Bay (in Northern California) the process of rebuilding is slowly taking place. It is believed that given the extensive damage to land and property, the process will take years to complete.

Determining damages in construction contract disputes

With construction contracts, it is important to establish expectations at the outset with regard to completion deadlines, construction costs, and measures to prevent overruns. Indeed, incorporating as much detail into the contract could help in resolving small issues before they become major problems.

Jerry Jones poised to sue NFL over Goodell's future compensation

Despite the off-the-field drama regarding personal conduct violations and the suspensions that come with them, the National Football League is about making money and protecting its brand. Some may argue that the recent headlines regarding commissioner Roger Goodell’s new contract is a threat to both goals.

Sprint and T-Mobile walk away from potential merger

In what was poised to be the largest merger in the telecommunications industry this year, T-Mobile and Sprint recently announced that they would abandon their efforts to combine their companies. The joint announcement ended days of speculation that the two companies were having difficulties negotiating ownership of their respective shares of their coveted U.S. telecom holdings. The parties did not comment on any specifics leading to them walk away from negotiations, but some speculate that Sprint’s debt load, estimated at $38 billion, could have been a sticking point.

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