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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.
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 […]
Transactions in the equine industry often involve animals worth thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. These transactions get especially daunting in the world of equine sports; the average selling price of a horse at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale – the nation’s premiere Thoroughbred auction – was $130,780, with 18 yearlings selling for $1 […]
On November 29, I discussed Anheuser-Busch Inc.’s lawsuit against MLB. In its Complaint, Anheuser-Busch claimed that the company was entitled to a multi-year renewal on its beer-sponsorship rights based on negotiations that ended with a letter agreement in April 2010, and that MLB all of a sudden went back on its promise to renew, asking for […]
For over 20 years, South Florida has hosted an annual week-long event called the Winter Music Conference (WMC). People from around the world come to the event, which includes over 500 sub-events under WMC’s umbrella of festivities. One of the more popular sub-events is the Ultra Music Festival (Ultra). For the first year, in 2011, […]
While Miami Heat fans are still wondering whether the team made a good decision by signing Jerry Stackhouse after Mike Miller had surgery to repair a broken thumb, the team has its own concerns in a legal matter off the court. The Miami Heat filed a legal action against Clear Channel Broadcasting, claiming that Clear […]
One of the first things any law school student will learn in what is usually a 2L Legal Drafting course is that punctuation, grammar, and sentence structure really do matter. I remember my professor telling us that the placement of a single comma affected whether the plaintiff in a case would be given a $2+ […]
A no-poach agreement is just slightly different than a non-compete agreement. A majority of states permit employers to place non-compete clauses in employer contracts and even have standalone non-compete agreements with employees that are separate from the employment contracts that are executed. California is known as being one of the few states that rarely permits a […]