Dear Clients and Friends, Many people are exchanging money these days with new, electronic payment options such as Venmo, PayPal and Zelle. These online and app-based services make it easy to pay a friend for dinner or a roommate for half of this month’s bills. Many … [Read more...] about Should you accept Venmo, PayPal & Zelle?
Dear Clients and Friends, A buyer who discovered that her new house was contaminated with mold can sue the seller, even though the house was purchased “as is” and the seller specifically said there might be mold in it, according to the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Catherine … [Read more...] about Selling a property “as is” still requires an honest seller
Dear Clients and Friends, Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution, where parties attempt to resolve their differences without going to court. It implies deliberation that results in solutions that may or may not be accepted by the parties. Whether your dispute … [Read more...] about Are mediation agreements enforceable?
Dear Clients and Friends, The moral of this message is that one should talk with their family law attorney about any written or unwritten agreements made with your spouse in the context of a divorce. As you will see below - even if you have signed a contract it may be … [Read more...] about Husband allowed to renege on promise to pay grown kids’ rent
Dear Clients and Friends, We expect 2016 to be more alive and energetic than has been the recent norm locally, nationally and internationally. In the forefront of this is the US and the international economic scene which is not likely to maintain its 7 years of … [Read more...] about 2016
Dear Clients and Friends, When it comes to employment law, construction sites can be complicated places. That’s be- cause there’s typically a general contractor who’s responsible for the whole project, but there are also a variety of subcontractors that are brought in to work … [Read more...] about Contractor isn’t liable for bias against subcontractor’s worker