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Women Owned Small Business Certification Program - Part One: Requirements

Business Owners2020 brought uncertainty to the world and, for many businesses, financial instability. In addition, 2020 brought inequities and disparities in our society to the forefront. To address both of these issues, many businesses are striving to achieve increased diversity in the workplace, while simultaneously seeking additional opportunities to secure financial opportunities. Read More ›

Categories: Did you Know?

I Want Out: Dealing with Contracts in the Time of Corornavirus

Fabrication schedule with Force MajeureIn March 2020, we published an article about how the Coronavirus impacts your contracts and whether force majeure clauses could excuse non-performance. Since then, our attorneys have received a number of questions from clients related to the Coronavirus/Covid-19 and how our clients may address issues of performance, delivery, and payment when the Coronavirus impacts a company’s ability to complete its responsibilities under a contract.

As a country, we have seen the Olympics, music events, sporting events, Broadway performances, and many other events cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus. Many companies have struggled to address the cancellations without facing massive financial impact, but without proper prior planning, the last few months have been financially difficult. Read More ›

Categories: Contracts

Enforceability and Incorporation of Online Terms and Conditions

As the business world becomes increasingly more digital, more and more businesses are providing their standard terms and conditions online. Frequently, businesses will then attempt to incorporate those online terms and conditions into their written contracts. Read More ›

Categories: Compliance, Contracts

Make Sure Your Holiday Gifts Don’t Get You Fined

On December 12, 2017 President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act. In part, the Act requires registration of all drones weighing more than .55 and up to 55 pounds, if you plan on flying them outside. Read More ›

Categories: Compliance, Did you Know?, Regulations