Many of us have had our businesses interrupted as a consequence of government actions to curtail COVID19. Many of us also have insurance that purports to cover Business Interruption (“BI”).
As cities and states begin the “Return to Work” process, it prompts the question: “Does your church need a COVID19 Release Form?
Multiple Benefits Flowed from a Well-Placed Challenge.
A New Tool for Supply Chain Risk Analysis.
COVID19 is causing people in industry and government to take a hard look as the subject of Supply Chain Management Risk.
I regularly receive updates from several law firms covering subjects such as employment, construction, and technology.
Frank mentioned that the A.I.A. contract forms provide that the architect the owner of the copyright in the design of the project, even though the Project Owner (PO) is paying for the design. This means that the PO could face copyright infringement claims from the architect if the PO uses the design elsewhere.
I participated in the Idaho State Bar Real Property Section’s annual CLE program last week, and got even more value than I expected. Kudos to the section’s officers and to the ISB CLE staff.
Using a Separation and Release Agreement as a Litigation Risk Management Tool.
His 2/24/20 email update is titled: “I have a copy of the EEOC’s ‘top secret, classified, confidential’* priorities for 2020. Want to see it?”
HUD Issues Best Practices for Housing Providers in Dealing with Requests for Reasonable Accommodation of Assistance Animals.
Affordable Housing and Homelessness.
I donated several hours of pro bono legal service last year to a local nonprofit whose mission is to increase the supply of high-quality affordable housing in our area. This is a noble calling, in my opinion.
If your business had one or more of these changes in 2019, your sales contract may have some old provisions that can hurt you. It may be time for a new (or revised) contract: