Agreements – Part 5

  In our last RealDealDocs blog entry, we discussed liquidation agreements, music license agreements, and proxy agreements. This week, we will review three other types of agreements: purchase and sale agreements, triple net lease agreements, and outsourcing agreements.   To review, an agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two … Read more

Agreements – Part 4

In our last RealDealDocs blog entry, we discussed supply agreements, joint venture agreements, and indemnification agreements. This week, we will review three other types of agreements: liquidation agreements, music license agreements and proxy agreements.   To review, an agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more legally competent parties.Although a binding contract can (and often does) … Read more

Agreements – Part 3

  In our last RealDealDocs blog entry, we discussed fee agreement, letters of intent, and personal guarantees. This week we will review three other types of agreements: supply agreements, joint venture agreements, and indemnification agreements.   To review, an agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more … Read more

Agreements – Part 2

  In our last RealDealDocs blog entry, we discussed employment agreements, royalty agreements and agency agreements. This week we review three other types of agreements: fee agreements, letter of intent, and personal guarantees. To review, an agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more legally competent parties. … Read more

Agreements – Part 1

An agreement can be defined as “a negotiated and usually legally enforceable understanding between two or more legally competent parties. Although a binding contract can (and often does) result from an agreement, an agreement typically documents the give-and-take of a negotiated settlement and a contract specifies the minimum acceptable standard of performance.” (Source: BusinessDirectory) Drafting … Read more

Legal Malpractice

Recently, insurance broker Ames & Gough released the findings of a study indicating that legal malpractice insurers experienced an increase in claims for 2012 – most especially in claims that exceeded $50 million.    Legal malpractice suits can stem from a variety of sources that run the gamut from blatant incompetency to a missed deadline … Read more

NFL Agrees To $765 Million Settlement To Players

Lawyers and NFL Owners have agreed to a tentative settlement for players who have suffered concussions. The $765 Million dollars will be used for medical exams, research and player compensation.   The NFL also agreed to pay the plaintiff’s legal fees. The money would be used for medical exams, concussion-related compensation and a program of … Read more