Month: August 2020

Why Business Owners Need to Know About Promissory Estoppel

In recent blogs, we have tried to convey the fact that contract formation can be quite complex. We’ve tried to communicate this by exploring the nuances of contractual elements (i.e. offer, acceptance, consideration, legality, capacity and writing), as well as other theories which inform contract law. Business owners need to commit at least some amount …

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Trembly Law Firm Ranks No. 1784 on the 2020 Inc. 5000 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 239.98% Percent

NEW YORK, August 12, 2020 – Inc. magazine today revealed that Trembly Law Firm is No. 1784 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Intuit, …

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What You Should Know About the Home Office Deduction During COVID

The coronavirus has brought about a whole range of tragic consequences, including record-breaking unemployment numbers, social unrest, and the loss of tens of thousands of lives. Under these difficult circumstances, it can be challenging to find something positive to at least gently brighten up the situation. As it turns out, COVID-19 may make many Americans …

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What You Need to Know About Unconscionable Contracts

Recently, we discussed the elements of contracts in our blog post on contract formation. As we mentioned, it is important that businesspeople have at least a basic understanding of contract law and contract formation. Equipping themselves with this type of knowledge will make business professionals much more effective when it comes to contract negotiation, communication …

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Protecting Your Business with Back-to-Work COVID Waivers

Slowly but surely, the American economy is beginning to recover as the coronavirus gradually wanes and workers return to work. Bit by bit, state restrictions on businesses across the country are being lifted. Things vary greatly, of course, depending on which state or which part of the country we’re referencing; but, on the whole, restrictions …

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How Do You Know if Your Business is About to be Sued? 4 Potential Indicators

It’s not entirely common, but sometimes, a lawsuit against a business or business owner seems to almost fall out of the sky. More times than not, though, there are indications that a particular dispute a business is embroiled in is headed toward litigation. If you only recently became an entrepreneur, it might be more difficult …

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