Tag Archives: Contract Law

Cross-Post from American University Business Law Review: Why Choose LTAs? An Empirical Study of Ohio Manufacturers’ Contractual Choices Through a Bargaining Lens

This is a Cross-Post from American University Business Law Review.  Please contact Sarah Rathke with any questions. The  American University Business Law Review recently published an article entitled Why Choose LTAs? An Empirical Study of Ohio Manufacturers’ Contractual Choices Through a Bargaining Lens. In this study Case Western Reserve University Professor Juliet Kostritsky and now-Squire … Continue Reading

Drafting Liquidated Damages Clauses (Or, See Simon Garbett Quoted in “Supply Management”)

This week, our very own Simon Garbett was quoted in an article in “Supply Management” entitled, “What should a liquidated damages clause include?” Liquidated damages clauses are, of course, clauses that appear often in supply chain contracts, and that prescribe a specified amount of damages if a specified breach of the contract occurs.  Simon reminds … Continue Reading
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