Law Office of Amos Weinberg
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Employers are only allowed to make deductions from wages in limited circumstances, otherwise, in addition to the illegal deduction, the employee can recover penalty damages and a contingent attorney fee.
When a landlord suffers a hazardous spill on the property, both the tenant and its officers can be automatically liable.
An attorney fee provision in a contract presents two problems in practice, with one solution.
There is a remedy when you get a check for less than the amount demanded, the check is marked, “payment in full,” and you want to deposit the check without losing the right to sue for the rest.
In order for a real estate broker, or any other broker or finder, to get a genuine exclusive, guaranteeing the commission if the client makes any deal during the term of the exclusive, more is now required in the contract with the client.
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