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FLORIDA NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS: CAN A LOST OR STOLEN AGREEMENT BE ENFORCED?

Under Florida law, a restrictive covenant is not enforceable “unless it is set forth in a writing signed by the person against whom enforcement is sought.” Fla. Stat. § 542.335(1)(a).  So, what happens if the written agreement is lost, destroyed … Continue reading

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Does Canadian Privacy Law Matter if it Can’t be Enforced?

It has long been an article of faith among privacy watchers that Canada features better privacy protection than the United States. While the U.S. relies on binding enforcement of privacy policies alongside limited sector-specific rules for children and video rentals, … Continue reading

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The LHWCA’s §933(g) Requirement of Notification is to be Strictly Enforced

On September 11, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in the matter of McGill C. Parfait v. Director, OWCP, Performance Energy Services LLC and Signal Mutual Indemnity Association Ltd., No. 16-60662, granted the respondents’ motion to … Continue reading

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Are Contracts Valid Even If They Aren’t Written Down? What Types of Contracts are Required to Be in Writing to Be Enforced?

In this article, we will examine whether or not contracts must be written down and signed to be considered valid. Read more detail on Recent Real Estate and Property Law posts –

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Your NJ Divorce is Enforced in Family Part, Not Special Civil Part

An Appellate Division case is a recent reminder of how to enforce a property settlement agreement (PSA) in a divorce.  Divorces are granted and adjudicated in the Family Part of the Chancery Division of NJ Superior Court.    Chancery Division generally … Continue reading

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