The 6 tips for a winning snow contract

Settling Breach of Contract Claims without Protracted Litigation

By Jared Nusbaum

Filing a lawsuit serves many purposes. One main purpose in a breach of contract lawsuit is to show the breaching party that you are taking this matter very seriously. This will put the breaching party on notice. However, filing a lawsuit does not necessarily mean you have to win or lose. You can file the…

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Interest Rates in Contracts – What Contractors Need to Know About Usury Laws

By Victoria Lewis

What are Usury Laws? Usury laws are designed to protect consumers from excessive interest rates on loans and other types of credit. Whether your contract allows for payments over time or simply includes a late fee for overdue payments, usury laws determine the maximum amount of interest you can charge. For most contracts in Minnesota,…

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Choosing the Best Employment Agreements

By Patrick McGuiness

When a Non-Solicitation Agreement is Better than a Non-Compete Agreement Nothing is more frustrating than watching workers you’ve trained and fostered walk away from your company to join the competition, taking customers and expertise with them.  More and more businesses are looking to non-compete and non-solicitation agreements to prevent this problem. So what kind of agreement…

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The 6 tips for a winning snow contract

By Patrick McGuiness

Essential Elements to a Great Snow Services Contract As the winter approaches and customers begin requesting quotes for snow plowing, keep in mind that one of the best ways to protect your business and ensure you are paid for your work is to have a great written contract. But it shouldn’t be the same contract…

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