contracts

As the impacts of the COVID-19 virus spread and more businesses begin slowing or ceasing operations, some by government order, others voluntarily, many businesses are left wondering whether their contracts contain any avenue to excuse their non-performance during the emergency. Most turn immediately to the...

Creighton-Elizabeth Boggs, a third-year student at the University of Richmond School of Law, has joined us as an intern/law clerk working across the firm’s practice areas, Eric Hurlocker announced recently. “Creighton will be helping us with research, document preparation and client communications in our business, regulatory...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="358" class="zemanta-img"] U.S. Supreme Court building. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] In a decision that could bode well for competitive retail energy suppliers, the U.S. Supreme Court on May 21, 2018 upheld employers’ arbitration agreements containing class action waivers. In a 5-4 opinion by Justice...