We at Fox and Moghul often receive queries by individuals, companies (LLCs, LP, S/C Corps) either facing an imminent judgment, or having already been subjected to a civil judgment in a court of law. In such cases, it is important for the judgment-debtor to be aware of the following key issues. When an individual receives
If you have a potential breach of contract claim against someone in Virginia, then please read this blog, as it explains an important concept in recovering damages for breach of contract under Virginia law. Hypothetical: Suppose that Microsoft has a contract with chipmaker NVIDIA to provide 100,000 computer chips for a price of $1 million.
When signing an employment contract with a new company for an exciting job, it’s easy to skip over reading the non-compete agreement. When an employee signs a non-compete agreement in Virginia, they are contractually bound by the agreement. If the employee violates that agreement, he or she could face devastating legal consequences. Before you sign
If you are planning on buying real estate in Virginia along with someone else, then you must take several factors into account, particularly when the other co-owner is not your husband or wife, or a family member whom you trust. First, consider the form of taking title. Please read our article on Types of Deeds
Virginia Contractors (Classes A, B and C) and DPOR Compliant Contracts By Faisal Moghul of Fox & Moghul posted in Real Estate Law on Monday, March 11, 2019. Certain activities related to the construction, repair or renovation of real property require a contractor’s license. Virginia Code § 54.1-1100 defines a “Contractor” as follows: “Contractor” means any person, that for a