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UPDATE: GOOD FUNDS AT CLOSING – DON’T MAKE THAT CHECK PAYABLE TO YOURSELF –

Title Companies are changing the way some Buyers are going to need to bring purchase money funds to closing. If these changes are rigidly enforce, the transition is likely to be a rough one and anyone with a purchase or … Continue reading

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Bad Faith Without Breach of Contract? Indiana Supreme Court Says the Duty of Good Faith Includes the Manner of Handling the Claim

Insurance policies contain words that become ambiguous as technology and building practices change, causing good faith disputes over coverage to arise. While a good faith dispute over coverage does not constitute bad faith, one court suggested that an insurance company … Continue reading

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Obsession About Work. Is That A Good Thing Or A Bad Thing?

Are You the Manic-Obsessive Type? – The Careerist. Wait a minute. Don't clients want a lawyer who is "inflexibly, excessively, and compulsively committed" and who finds it "difficult to disengage"? Legal problems can be all-consuming; and, face it, our clients … Continue reading

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Good grief! Hallmark launches line of unemployment cards

Mach·i·a·vel·li·an   [mak-ee-uh-vel-ee-uhn] adjective of, like, or befitting Machiavelli. characterized by subtle or unscrupulous cunning. He resorted to Machiavellian tactics in order to get ahead. The quality associated with marketing a line of greeting cards to capitalize on the 9.1% unemployment … Continue reading

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Demonstrating a party's failure to negotiate in good faith

Demonstrating a party's failure to negotiate in good faith Public Employees Federation and Roswell Park Cancer Institute, 34 PERB 3040 An employee organization must show that the employer, in exercising its management prerogatives, violated the parties' memorandum of understanding in … Continue reading

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