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Warning – For Wonky Lawyers Only – A Lone Voice Rails Against The Indemnity Exception To The Indirect Damages Cap

July 5, 2016 Tuvyah (Terry) D. Aronoff in:  no comments

Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Until now my posts have been attempts to provide erudite elucidation of some of the finer points of the law for general consumption and enjoyment. Today, I get on my […]

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You Saved Me from a Really Bad Deal

November 16, 2015 Tuvyah (Terry) D. Aronoff in:  no comments

Sometimes the best deal is no deal. In a world where lawyers are often touted and rated and ranked and liked for the size of the verdict or the dollar value of the contract, what often […]

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Case Study: The Seventh Order – A True Story Of Fraud And What Could Have Been Done To Prevent It

November 4, 2015 Tuvyah (Terry) D. Aronoff in:  no comments

Here is a tale about third party fraud against two parties to a business deal that almost ruined their relationship. The practical takeaways from this tale can be valuable lessons in protecting your business and your […]

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“Change your partner?” Beware of Non-Assignment Clauses in Commercial Contracts

June 14, 2015 Tuvyah (Terry) D. Aronoff in:  no comments

“I now pronounce you man and wife.” Congratulations! You are married. But what if you woke up one morning and found someone other than your spouse at the breakfast table? “Who are you?” “Hi. I am […]

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