Power of Attorney documents can be used in specific situations, such as real estate transactions. A Power of Attorney (POA) is a well-known document in many estate plans. It is... Read More »
In Mitek Systems, Inc. v. U.S. Services Automobile Association, a Delaware federal court has held that a forum-selection clause in a licensing agreement does not prevent a court in a... Read More »
In Campusano v. Lusitano Construction LLC, the Court of Special Appeals has held that that a “four-factor economic reality test for ‘control’” governs whether a corporate officer can be held... Read More »
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In Lumbermens Mutual Casualty v. United States, the Court of Federal Claims entered a substantial judgment in favor of a performance and payment bond surety for impairment of collateral and... Read More »