Two important principles of contract law for terms of service are “meeting of the minds” and “illusory promise”. Those phrases may sound a bit meaningless, legal, and abstract. However, each one holds a common pitfall that can void an entire website’s terms of service – as if it didn’t exist at all.
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Nondisclosure Agreements, or Confidential Disclsoure Agreements as they are often called in the biotech context, are some of the most common types of business contracts. Although they are often signed cursorily, they are worth thought since each one could be the basis of a trade secret lawsuit. NDAs are one of the primary ways of
California Lawyer magazine did an article on virtual law firms this month, happy to have been one of the attorneys that they did a profile on. Click the image to read this post, and then you can see this link to it.
Anyone providing services on the internet should check their terms of service to ensure that the terms of service aren’t amendable at any time. This is especially true after last year’s court ruling that the Zappos’ user agreement was not valid because it could be changed at any time. This makes the terms of service an
Generally speaking, I don’t really like negotiating with lawyers, mostly because I feel it just isn’t that productive. Business people are much more focused on getting deals done, which is ultimately more rewarding. A good ending to a contract negotiation almost invariably has to include a compromise where both sides have to make tradeoffs between
Fairly often a contractor will create a customized version of something for a client based on a template: a customized version of a software program, a customized presentation or publication. In that situation, the contractor usually wants to be able to use the template again, but the client wants to feel like they own the