Q&A: There’s a Remedy for Business Deals Gone Bad

Sometimes deals go bad, with one party claiming that the other party breached the contract by not delivering everything that was agreed upon. That is why commercial agreements should, but often don’t, contain clear and specific provisions for remedies. These provisions are the first places a court will look to for guidance in a contract…

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Cyber Coverage Loopholes: Beware of External Fraud

Cyber coverage is all the rage. As it should be. “It’s not a matter of whether,” say the experts, “it’s when you will be hacked.” And so the market has responded with a plethora of insurance coverage available to protect you when your company gets hacked and when you sustain losses or lawsuits because of…

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Watch What You Tweet; Lesson Learned by Harvard Law Prof

Watch What You Tweet; Lesson Learned by Harvard Law Prof

A recent tweet from a Harvard Law Professor about Donald J. Trump generated a firestorm among other Twitter-using lawyers. Here is the controversial tweet from Professor Laurence Tribe: I have notes of when Trump phoned me for legal advice in 1996. I’m now figuring out whether our talk was privileged. – Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw), August…

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