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Industry Custom & Practice: The Important of Arbitration Clauses in International Entertainment Contracts
FindLaw's legal primer on contracts with overseas companies and the use of standard arbitration clauses designating the governing law and the forum where disputes will be arbitrated.
FindLaw's overview of regulations issued by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development and the federal Environmental Protection Agency implementing portions of the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992.
FindLaw's analysis of concerns that the ability of less than 100 percent of the lenders under a secured syndicated credit agreement agree to subordinate the liens securing the credit agreement to liens securing new financing.
FindLaw's analysis of two cases in which California courts have refused to enforce employment arbitration agreements.
FindLaw's legal summary of what to do and which laws to reference when an insurance company breaches its contract.