Breaching an Offer to Purchase Real Estate

Last week, I received a call from an unhappy prospective buyer. He had offered to purchase the house and the seller agreed to sell the house. The parties had agreed on a price and a standard contract to purchase real estate was signed by both parties.  Just two days later, the seller emailed saying that Read More

Amazon Changes Course on Arbitration

According to various news sources, last month, Amazon changed its requirement that those having a dispute with the company take the claim to arbitration.  One reason is the expense. For years, I have been telling clients to avoid agreeing to arbitration clauses when possible.   First, as Amazon discovered, arbitration is expenses.  Places like the American Read More