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Is your agreement binding and enforceable?

Is your agreement binding and enforceable?

One question that has to be answered in nearly every breach of contract case is was there a contract or was there an agreement? Although this sounds simple enough, and often times it is, there are several different types of agreements and in Florida, there are several ways to make an agreement, modify an agreement, or make a counter-offer and you may not even realize you have done it. Black’s Law Dictionary has several definitions for a contract, and lists numerous types of contracts, but the basic definition is “[a]n agreement between two or more parties creating obligations that are enforceable or otherwise recognizable at law.”

Infringement Analysis: What To Expect

Imagine you are a patent holder, and you suspect a competitor may be infringing on your exclusive rights related to your invention.  You ask your patent attorney to help you stop the infringing behavior.  Your attorney (hopefully) responds by recommending an infringement analysis.  You may think, “Analysis?!?  What’s to think about?  I just want to stop […]

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