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New Year, New Laws, Old Form Documents? Exhibit A: Changes in Florida’s Real Estate Contracts
January 18, 2022
Settling into a New Year often brings renewed energy into setting and pushing new goals of building business relationships, increasing sales, and moving Letters of Intent and negotiations into final, signed agreements. It’s all too easy to grab a form document off the Internet (Google, anyone?), or to pull the last document in your files as a template for your next agreement. However, changes in the law can take effect at the beginning of the calendar year, as well as mid-year or fiscal new year, and sometimes on a random date in between. Your awareness – or lack of awareness – in changes in the law can mean the difference between keeping you and your business operating within the law or putting you at great financial and legal risk for not complying with the law. It can also result in financial and time savings or additional burden in time and costs.
Christine M. Berk
El Contrato Escrito: La Herramienta Predilecta
July 23, 2021
No existe mejor herramienta a una disputa contractual que un documento firmado por las partes en el cual se expongan las obligaciones y acuerdos entre éstas.
Ohio Breach of Contract Statute of Limitations Shortened to 6 Years
March 29, 2021
On March 16, 2021, Governor DeWine signed into law S.B. 13 which shortens Ohio’s statute of limitations for filing lawsuits based on breach of contract. A statute of limitation is the time period within which a party must file a lawsuit before its claim expires as a matter of law.
Justin M. Alaburda
Physicians Obtain New Contract Rights – Ohio House Bill 125
August 1, 2008
The Ohio Health Care Simplification Act (House Bill 125) was signed into law on May 25, 2008. This Bill is the result of almost two years of legislative action promoted by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide some level of protection to physicians as they contract with managed care plans.
Scott P. Sandrock