Attorney's Fees: Contract clauses are enforced
Nobody likes paying attorney's fees. Not even your own client when you win (they'll tolerate it much more, but they won't like the bill). In…
What is an Injunction?
Want to force someone to stop doing something? If yes, you seek an injunction. That is the legal remedy whereby one is ordered by a court to stop…
Mediation: What is it?
Minnesota's judges require mediation or some other form of alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") in every litigation. No matter how skeptical the…
Is a Sworn Construction Statement Part of Your Contract?
According to the latest court of appeals opinion in Aspen Builders v. Raisch, the answer is No.
Satisfying Commercial Debt: Final Payment
Ever write "paid in full" or "final payment" on a check when the amount is less than the total claimed? If so, you probably had an idea in the back…
Limitations on Remedies, Warranties in Sale of Goods
There's contract law, then there's the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC"). The UCC is a distinct set of statutes that governs commercial transactions. …
If memory serves me correctly, the holidays are the most stressful time of the year for people. We hope that this Christmas season is joyful,…
Access to Information as a Member of a LLC
Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements
There's a lot of media on the substantial number of people resigning from the workforce. They have to go somewhere though, don't they? People may…