When you send any legal correspondence, everyone knows that it's important for you to get some sort of confirmation that the intended recipient received that correspondence. This is especially true when that legal correspondence is a demand letter sent to an adversarial opponent. But, because this is common knowledge, sometimes,
When Regus charges you a late fee, there are generally three lines of inquiry you should be going down. 1. Whether your contract with Regus permits late fees and, if so, in which particular circumstances. 2. Whether those circumstances ☝️ actually occurred in your case, to properly trigger late fees. 3.
In 2012, Carvana set out to do an interesting thing: create what it calls a "100% online car buying experience." Many applauded that goal, because going to a dealership to get harassed by high-pressure salesperson is a hassle. An example of Carvana's now-ubiquitous advertising touting its "100% online car buying"
Suppose that you signed a contract to obtain a gym membership in Connecticut; and suppose that a large part of what convinced you to sign that contract was the gym's salesperson's representation to you that your gym membership included access to the gym's racquetball courts. You, an avid racquetball player,
A dispute arose last year between a commercial landlord in North Dakota and one of its office tenants when the landlord automatically renewed the tenant's office lease. The tenant's position was that it gave the landlord prior notice of termination, and that said notice precluded renewal. The landlord's position, on
About three weeks before Christmas, a photographer in New York purchased a digital camera from Fingerhut for $332. The purchase was "a Christmas gift to himself." So, key to his decision to make the purchase was Fingerhut's estimated delivery date of December 20th, which would have put the camera in
A New York City couple hired a contractor to renovate their apartment, and the two parties executed a contract to detail the terms of the exchange. The contractor subsequently performed the renovation work, but a dispute nonetheless arose (over the quality of the construction or the bill the couple owed
The internet is teeming with horror stories about trying to cancel alarm contracts. But this one stood out as particularly egregious. It's a "Warning about Vivint [https://www.reddit.com/r/homedefense/comments/jrbr5j/warning_about_vivint/]," which recounts what happened when this guy sold his house, the new buyers