The Paley Rothman Blog
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The Maryland Court of Appeals recently created a new standard for the enforceability of contract provisions that seek to shorten the time in which a party can file claims against the other party.
Approval of a new Privacy Shield pact that requires companies engaged in the transfer of data from the EU to the US to update their data management procedures appears imminent. Companies no longer will be able to rely on previous Safe Harbor processes.
U.S. business leaders have voiced criticism of an opinion by the Article 29 Working Party, a European group of privacy experts comprised of data-protection commissioners from European countries. The WP29 expressed continued concerns about the E.U.-U.S. Privacy Shield, the latest proposed agreement to allow data to be transferred between the European Union and the United States.
After several years of harmony, business disputes have now arisen over management and financial issues between you and the co-owner of your limited liability company (LLC). You don’t want to dissolve the business; you want to continue, just without your troublesome co-owner.
Your tenant is delinquent in rent payments and in default, possibly due to financial trouble. As landlord, you want to declare him in default, terminate the lease and seek payment of accrued past and recovery of future rent for the remainder of the term. Your lease remedies for default terms provide for a cumulative and disjunctive shopping list of lessor’s rights allowing recovery of the premises by re-entry, re-letting, termination of the defaulting lessee’s lease AND recovery of past due rent and future rent for the balance of the lease term.