If you’ve ever negotiated a contract, you know what I’m talking about. Most of the important deal terms have been agreed to. Both parties—as well as their lawyers—are eager to wrap up negotiations. But there’s a sticking point that won’t be a big deal until months, or even years, down the road. So why not put off making a tough call and agree to make the decision later?
Denil v. deBoer, Inc.
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decided a case earlier this month where the parties decided to put off making difficult choices in contract negotiations. [click to continue…]
South Park has never sustained my interest, but this clip, which I discovered on mashable.com, is downright funny. In the clip the green-capped character (Kyle, according to chacha.com) finds that he agreed to much more than he bargained for when he clicked on the iTunes terms.
Are contracts made via email enforceable? You betcha—although not in all cases.