Subjective Phrases In Your Contracts

When negotiating your contracts, normally, you should stay away from subjective phrases or you may be leaving yourself open to a court’s interpretation. Subjective phrases are those that are shaded by feelings, experiences and depend upon one’s individual point of view.  More often than not, they are loosely-defined words and phrases

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New York Court Stipulations

When all is said and done, we are only as good as our word. It is the one thing we have control over in a world that seems irreparably out of control. Our words and action in furtherance of our word create our reputation. In court, when an attorney agrees to

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