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Watch out for relevant statutes when entering into contracts (but also, read your own contract language)

A recent case out of the Eastern District of Virginia, K12 Insight LLC v. Johnston County Board of Education, Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-1397, is a cautionary tale for being aware of how statutes can affect contracts. But, also, it could… … Continue reading

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The Essential Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh Reader: What Cases Should You Read?

The Essential Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh Reader: What Cases Should You Read?, CRS Legal Sidebar, July 25, 2018 “Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, whom President Trump has nominated to fill the impending Supreme Court vacancy caused by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s … Continue reading

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We Reap What We Sow – Let’s Read What We Write

PrintWe’re sure that, at one time, there were no written leases. It may have been that no one could conceive that putting the arrangement in writing would be desirable. More likely, it was that writing had not yet been invented. … Continue reading

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Divorce by the Book: What to Read if You’re Considering (or In The Throws of) Divorce

Dissolving a marriage or partnership is never easy: divorce and mediation are never stress-free. Many factors need to be considered, decisions need to be made and plans need to be mutually agreed upon. Your divorce lawyer is an integral part … Continue reading

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How to Read Long Privacy Policies the Easy Way

the quint: “So once I tried reading the privacy policy of a company and post that the process ran its natural course. There were parts I felt were absolutely inconsequential and the excessive use of jargon resulted in me giving … Continue reading

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