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Planning On A Music Career? You Better Be Paying Attention During Contract Law

Above The Law

You Better Be Paying Attention During Contract Law appeared first on Above the Law. G Herbo says bad terms cost him $40M. The post Planning On A Music Career?

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The First Rule Of Robbing An A-List Celebrity Like Lady Gaga: Know Your Contract Law!

Above The Law

The post The First Rule Of Robbing An A-List Celebrity Like Lady Gaga: Know Your Contract Law! appeared first on Above the Law. Know who else has a mean poker face? Lady Gaga's lawyers.

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Arbitration clauses, prejudicial delays, and one justice’s contract-law “nightmare”

SCOTUSBlog

Much of the discussion during oral argument concerned whether and when to apply state contract law to questions arising under the FAA. But some justices also seemed to think that synthesizing and applying state contract law could prove difficult.

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The Basics of Contract Law: What Business Owners Should Know

Chugh LLP

Businesses will need strong contracts to protect their interests throughout their lifecycle. For help developing contracts that protect the interests of your business, contact your trusted Chugh, LLP professional. The post The Basics of Contract Law: What Business Owners Should Know appeared first on Chugh LLP.

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Artificial Intelligence Might Make Us Rethink Contract Law

Above The Law

As technology advances, boilerplate may need some work.

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US Supreme Court says New Jersey can withdraw from Waterfront Commission

JURIST

New Jersey , a unanimous court found that interstate compacts are governed by the principles of contract law. The Supreme Court agreed with the Third Circuit, holding that New Jersey could unilaterally withdraw, and found that principles of both contract law and state sovereignty guided New Jersey’s decision.

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Choice of law in commercial contracts and regulatory competition: new steps to be made by the EU?

Conflict of Laws

The recently published study titled ‘European Commercial Contract Law’, authored by Andrea Bertolini, addresses the theme of regulatory competition. It offers new policy recommendations to improve EU legal systems’ chances of being chosen as the law governing commercial contracts. on page 42).