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Monthly Archives: February 2021


Discerning The Differences Between an Honest Mistake and Legal Malpractice

By King & Jones LLC |

Everyone has something they are good at, and everyone needs help at some point. When someone is a master of their field, people will trust them to perform well in that respective field. Trusting a professional is oftentimes the only choice one has, and it can come as devastating when the professional you trusted… Read More »

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Common Reasons Why a Business May be Accused of Breach of Contract

By King & Jones LLC |

It is common in every aspect of an agreement for there to be misconceptions about an agreement. The greater majority of time resolving these issues and frustrations comes before an agreement is verbalized and recorded in the planning stage of a contract. Mitigating the misunderstandings prior to any contractual agreement beforehand is the best… Read More »

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Accused of Breach of Contract During the Pandemic? Here’s What to do Next.

By King & Jones LLC |

The pandemic has wrought everyone with issues that have amounted to new stresses financially, physically, and mentally. As businesses are composed of the people that make them up, it is to no surprise that many operations have found new struggles and adversities amidst so much new disorder. Following such disorders, there is greater room… Read More »

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Contractual Obligations

By King & Jones LLC |

COVID-19 has wrought devastating effects on the world as a whole. In the United States, businesses have taken large blows from a diminishing workforce, shutdowns, and an overall large unpredictability. With workers staying safe, the workforce shrinks a bit, with shutdowns, many companies cannot even operate at normal operating tempos. With these realities come… Read More »

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