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If the Other Side Breaches the Contract, Can You Too?

2021-08-27T16:50:44-07:00

When is a party legally excused from performing its promises because the other party breached the contract first?

If the Other Side Breaches the Contract, Can You Too?2021-08-27T16:50:44-07:00

What Small Businesses Need to Know About Forum Selection Clauses

2021-06-30T19:49:33-07:00

In their contracts, businesses can preselect certain states, counties, or courts to host a future lawsuit between the parties. Doing so has its pros, and occasional cons.

What Small Businesses Need to Know About Forum Selection Clauses2021-06-30T19:49:33-07:00

Termination and Cancellation Provisions in Service Contracts

2021-05-28T08:40:29-07:00

To minimize risk and set expectations, businesses can plan for the conclusion of services by using termination and cancellation clauses in contracts. 

Termination and Cancellation Provisions in Service Contracts2021-05-28T08:40:29-07:00

What Kind of Dispute Did We Agree to Arbitrate?

2021-04-28T12:39:39-07:00

If you're considering adding an arbitration requirement to a contract, you can choose which types of disputes to leave in court and which types of disputes to ship off to private arbitration.

What Kind of Dispute Did We Agree to Arbitrate?2021-04-28T12:39:39-07:00

Conditions Precedent in Contracts

2021-05-05T13:20:27-07:00

With a condition precedent, if a condition in a contract is not met, then the promise related to the condition does not have to be fulfilled.

Conditions Precedent in Contracts2021-05-05T13:20:27-07:00

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