.. Loading ..

Category: Contracts

Can You Be Bound by an Arbitration Clause You Didn’t Agree to?

In June 2016, 90-year-old Bonnie Walker moved into the Brookdale Senior Living Center, a residential care facility in Charleston, SC. Six weeks later, she wandered out of the center one...

Your Risks as a Minority Member in an LLC: Oppression and Squeeze-Out

A limited liability company (LLC) is a great thing for many entrepreneurs. Among other things, it provides liability protection while requiring fewer formalities than a corporation. But it’s not risk-free....

Get It in Writing – It’s the Law

Please be advised that the Court assumed for purposes of the Motion for Summary Judgment that all the facts the Plaintiff (Kagan) alleged were true in the light most favorable...

What Happens If You Sell the Same Land to Two Separate Parties? Specific Performance as a Remedy

When seeking justice through the courts, a person or party who has been wronged may receive compensation to help right that wrong. That compensation may be a “legal remedy,” which...

Can You Be Held Personally Liable for Your LLC’s Debts?

Entrepreneurs who create a limited liability company (LLC) are protected from putting their personal assets at risk for business debts. Right? After all, that’s the main purpose of the LLC....

How to Word an Enforceable Provision: Invention Assignment Agreements and Confidentiality Agreements

Some of the most valuable assets a company can own are its trade secrets, patents, and inventions. Losing control of these assets can be very costly, so protection is a...

Would Your Contract Hold Up in Court? Indemnification Clauses and Public Policy.

If you’re in business, you know that contracts are a must to protect yourself. But don’t make the mistake of assuming that simply having a contract is enough. If it’s...

The Statute of Elizabeth: What You Need to Know About Transferring Assets

What if you owed someone a lot of money, but you didn’t want to pay them back? You might try to put your assets somewhere they couldn’t be touched; for...

When Covenants Not to Compete and NDAs Reach Too Far

South Carolina courts are clear in their general dislike of covenants not to compete and any provisions that restrict an individual’s ability to work. They are also clear in their...

Why You Need to Read the Fine Print: A Cautionary Tale

You know you should read “the fine print” of every contract and agreement you sign, but do you? We sometimes assume that there’s nothing truly important happening in the fine...
Free Consultation

    :

    100% Privacy Guaranteed

    G o o g l e  Rating

    4.9