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Market Pressures on Contractual Obligations

We have all envied, or maybe abhorred, the skilled professional athlete who suddenly demands, and…

Unjust Enrichment in Civil Litigation

Unjust enrichment is an equitable cause of action. It stems from an ancient principle that…

At the Borders of Privilege

When individuals or businesses become entangled with the law, they are quickly in need of…

Civil Contempt 101

Contempt is the act of being disobedient to, or disrespectful of, a court of law…

Pierringer Settlements

In a previous post we discussed the concept of Mary Carter Agreements as one means…

Time Management Mistrial

A mistrial is a trial that is not successfully completed – meaning that it’s “terminated…

The Oppression Remedy: An Overview

When corporate actions or decisions negatively impact those with interests in the corporation (including directors,…

A Cryptic Cryptocurrency Decision

Traditional currency (i.e. a formalized medium of value and exchange, in the form of paper…

Discoverability and Limitation Periods

Limitation periods and discoverability are fundamental concepts in any litigation, including, commercial litigation and appellate litigation. What…

Mary Carter Settlements and Commercial Litigation

Settlements of civil actions, including commercial claims, are both judicially encouraged and desirable. They serve…