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.
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.
An Update on Employer Liability for Dog Bites By Stacia Hofmann Cornerpoint Case Pops are ...More
It is December, and as there are "12 days of Christmas" and 12 jurors on a jury, I thought I'd use the coincidence to highlight 12 instances of allegations of juror misconduct in real-life civil trial deliberations.
In Porter v. Kirkendoll, the Washington Supreme Court classified timber trespass as a strict liability tort and held that the Washington tort reform act applies to timber trespass claims.
Are you prepared for the new Washington business and employment laws that recently went into effect - or will in the new year? Here's a downloadable infographic to help navigate through six of the biggest legal changes that deserve a business owner's attention.
Beware of the Risk of Going Bust By Stacia Hofmann Cornerpoint Case Pops are dedicated to ...More
If My Contract Requires Private Arbitration, Why Am I in Public Court? By Stacia ...More
Assumptions Are Not Evidence By Stacia Hofmann Cornerpoint Case Pops are dedicated to summarizing relevant, ...More
Revenge Is a Dish Best Not Served at All By Stacia Hofmann Cornerpoint Case ...More
2019 Statutory Beneficiary Changes Remove Contingencies for Parents and Siblings By Stacia Hofmann Death. ...More