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- Sports Contracts: Minor League Versus Foreign League
Minor league sports contracts are for those that love the game but are not paid as much as major league players, and foreign leagues could offer more if the player is willing to relocate overseas. However, each contract is different, and it is important to read the fine print along with the terms and conditions that apply and how they bind the player.
- Modeling Contract Basics
Modeling contracts are what bind an individual person in the modeling industry to a client or company, and this comes with the usual terms and conditions necessary to remain under the contractual agreement. However, there are different types of contracts and obligations based on these agreements between parties.
- Important Things to Know when Serving on a Board of Directors
Serving on the board of directors for a company is usually filled with responsibility, tasks and decisions to make with the other board members. This means it is vital to know everything possible about the position, what it takes to remain on the board and how to grow personally and financially in the position.
- Watch Out for These Pitfalls of Minority Ownership
Many individuals dream of owning a business during some point in their life. Some invest a small percentage into a business while leaving themselves available for other investments or full-time employment. When there are owners with a larger interest than these individuals, it is important that minority owners understand their rights and their limitations.
- Economic Damages of an Employee Reselling Company Products
Many employees are able to purchase products at their places of employment and then resell them at a higher price or without the discount they are often awarded while working for the company.
- Breach of Duty by an Agency and Resolution
Agencies often owe a duty of care to clients or customers, and there is usually some form of contract drafted and signed between businesses in this manner. The duty may be to ensure no danger occurs while within or on the property of the entity, it may be duty of care to prevent injury or another duty similar in scope.
- Of Mice and Men and Fiduciary Duties
A short survey of Delaware and Georgia law regarding standards of care for judging decisions of members or managers when fiduciary duties have been eliminated
- The Basics of American Franchising
Perhaps you have seen an advertisement at a restaurant suggesting that you can open your own franchise and make a lot of money. Or, have you seen an advertisement on TV or the Internet talking about franchising opportunities? Or has someone approached you about buying into a multilevel marketing franchise? Whatever the situation, an understanding of what franchising is and its legal ramifications can be important for a successful business.