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Washington’s Consumer Protection Act: No Materiality Required

2020-10-30T10:19:15-07:00

By understanding that even minor, unintentional marketing mistakes can lead to consumer protection claims, business owners can better manage the risks of their various marketing efforts.

Washington’s Consumer Protection Act: No Materiality Required2020-10-30T10:19:15-07:00

Non-Compete Agreements: Expiration Date and Appellate Fate

2020-08-28T17:29:56-07:00

Time flies, but lawsuits move slowly, so it's entirely possible that parties may be involved in court litigation when the restrictive time frame in a non-compete agreement expires. Why is that important?

Non-Compete Agreements: Expiration Date and Appellate Fate2020-08-28T17:29:56-07:00

Flag on the Play! Intentional Interference With a Business Expectancy

2020-05-27T15:37:01-07:00

When a third party intentionally interferes with someone else's business relationship, the law may provide a remedy. But the damaged party has to prove special elements.

Flag on the Play! Intentional Interference With a Business Expectancy2020-05-27T15:37:01-07:00

Force Majeure – A Force To Reckon With

2020-04-30T18:10:22-07:00

Excusing Contractual Performance Because of Uncontrollable Circumstances By Stacia Hofmann, Small Business Attorney & Certified ...More

Force Majeure – A Force To Reckon With2020-04-30T18:10:22-07:00

Washington Small Businesses & Coronavirus

2021-01-19T14:35:34-08:00

Legal Resources for Washington Small Business Owners During the COVID-19 Pandemic By Stacia Hofmann, Small ...More

Washington Small Businesses & Coronavirus2021-01-19T14:35:34-08:00

Anticipatory Repudiation (What a Mouthful!) – A Cornerpoint Case Pop

2020-02-27T21:16:20-08:00

An affirmative statement or action that unequivocally shows that a party does not intend to comply with a contract is called anticipatory repudiation, and when it occurs, the non-breaching party can stop performance of the contract without penalty.

Anticipatory Repudiation (What a Mouthful!) – A Cornerpoint Case Pop2020-02-27T21:16:20-08:00