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Moral Damages for Wrongful Termination of Employment

July 30, 2020 By Brian Babcock Traditionally, if you were fired without cause (“wrongfully dismissed”), you could collect damages equal to pay in lieu of notice (because no job is guaranteed indefinitely, all your employer owes you is reasonable notice) plus perhaps some modest amounts for lost benefits, retraining, moving expenses or the like. On the […]

Commercial Real Estate Deals that Don’t Close

July 30, 2020 By Brian Babcock When a real estate deal does not close, you may sue for damages, or claim specific performance. The purpose of specific performance is to provide the you with the result that the contract contemplated – that is, the property. The goal in a remedy for breach of contract is to […]