What Makes A Contract Not Enforceable In Massachusetts?

Contracts are the backbone of good business, ensuring that all parties to an agreement perform as they’ve promised to do. However, just because a document is called a contract does not automatically make it enforceable. Some “contracts” don’t contain the necessary statutory elements while others violate public policy, for instance. SederLaw...

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3 Effective Strategies to Resolve a Partnership Dispute

Partnerships offer a number of advantages over other business arrangements, including the combined efforts and skillsets of two or more partners. But like any other business, there is a chance that the partners will disagree with or misunderstand each other. This could quickly explode into a full-fledged dispute that may threaten to...

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FTC Proposes Rule to Ban Noncompete Clauses

The Federal Trade Commission proposed a new rule potentially banning employers from imposing noncompetes on their workers. By stopping this practice, the agency estimates that the new proposed rule could increase wages by nearly $300 billion per year and expand career opportunities for about 30 million Americans.

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