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Today’s contracts enforceability issues, part II: those pesky forum selection clauses

USA - December 10 2014 This installment of our series on contract provisions that may not be enforceable focuses on clauses that require the parties to litigate or…

Cyber and technology risk insurance for the construction sector

USA - December 10 2014 The recent, well-publicized retail store data breach controversies have spawned a number of lawsuits and insurance claims. Not surprisingly, insurers…

Today's contacts enforceability issue: no damages for delay or disruption clauses

USA - February 25 2014 We start our series of Articles on multi-state variations in the treatment of contract risk with one of the most common sources of legal disputes on…

You may think it's enforceable, but it's not: drafting contract provisions that hold up in your jurisdiction

USA - February 25 2014 Clients are often surprised to find out that contract provisions they thought protected them are, in fact, not enforceable. This certainly can be…