It was just a matter of time before companies would start looking to get out of major compensation obligations in their sponsorship agreements that had gone sour, using the novel coronavirus as a foundation for termination. The biggest sports sponsorship in question is probably Under Armour’s 15-year, $280 million Athletic Product and Sponsorship Agreement that […]
The Toyota Center and the Houston Rockets are suing their insurer, Affiliated FM Insurance Company (AFM), after AFM allegedly refused to honor the parties’ insurance agreement. The plaintiffs filed their complaint in Rhode Island State Court on July 15, about two weeks after three Minor League Baseball teams filed a similar complaint in Pennsylvania against […]
2015 second round NFL Draft pick Devin Funchess was in the market to purchase a residential property in Florida. When shopping around for lawyers to help ensure that he was fully protected in the process, he landed on Heitner Legal and ended up engaging us to review all contractual documents associated with the transaction. We […]
Heitner Legal is your one-stop shop for all of your Contract Law needs. Contact us for more information after reading this article. Panic surrounding the coronavirus outbreak has led to many questions surrounding what happens to a contract that was entered into prior to the shutdown in large parts of the world economy. Individuals and […]
Heitner Legal is your one-stop shop for all of your contract-related questions/needs. Contact us for more information after reading this article.
NFL players have reportedly been recently entering into Income Purchase Agreements, which are contracts that involve an up-front payment by a third party to a player in exchange for the player promising the third party a percentage of his current and future NFL contracts. The NFL Players Association caught wind of these Income Purchase Agreements […]
Before one can sue for breach of contract, he must be able to prove that there is an enforceable contract under which to sue. In Florida, it has been stated many times that contracts with minors can be voidable, and a minor has a legal right to disavow a contract, because of minority.
Non-competition agreements and clauses are a hot topic in the legal sector. They are sometimes enforceable, but more often than not they are struck down if litigated. The problem sometimes can be that an employee does not wish to spend the time or money to litigate these issues.
What does the termination of a contract do to certain intellectual property rights that were granted, in perpetuity, from one party to another within that document? A recent ruling in the U.S. Southern District of New York can be instructive on this issue.
How Heitner Legal Assisted Jim Tomsula
Jim Tomsula is credited as being a defensive wizard in NFL circles. The defensive line coach for the Washington Redskins was integral in turning around the club’s defense in 2017. Prior to that, he served in a variety of positions, including as head coach of the San Francisco 49ers from 2015-16. It was a short […]