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Posted on October 8, 2020 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

October 8, 2020 By Brian Babcock If you are wronged, or even think you are wronged, you almost always have a time limit that applies to […]

Posted on September 23, 2020 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

September 23, 2020 By Brian Babcock “I was never ruined but twice: once when I lost a lawsuit, and once when I won.” So said the […]

Posted on August 10, 2020 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation

August 10, 2020 By Brian Babcock What is your remedy if someone breaches a duty to you that earns them a profit, but which causes you […]

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 […]

July 29, 2020 By Brian Babcock Every time I tell someone I will be teaching Trusts in January, I get the question back, “What is Trusts?” […]

Posted on July 29, 2020 In Articles, Family Law, General & Commercial Litigation

July 29, 2020 By Brian Babcock Obtaining a judgment or court order is only the first step toward satisfaction. The order must still be acted upon […]

Posted on October 30, 2017 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
October 30, 2017 By Brad Smith Ghosts and goblins can play a role in the law. There is Latin phrase, caveat emptor, which means, let the [...]
Posted on May 4, 2017 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
May 4, 2017 By Brian Babcock Mitigation is a principle of the law of damages which limits the recovery by a Plaintiff. The core principle is [...]
Posted on February 13, 2017 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
February 13, 2017 By Brian Babcock Aggravated damages are intended to compensate for an actual loss such as anxiety or nervous shock beyond economic losses, or [...]
Posted on January 3, 2017 In Articles, General & Commercial Litigation
January 3, 2017 By Brian Babcock Traditionally, courts award damages for breach of contract mainly from a commercial viewpoint- asking questions such as “what additional expenses [...]