The Time Major League Baseball Got Away With Theft (Well … Not Exactly)

January 24, 2018

In this electronic age, claims for conversion – the intentional and unauthorized exercise of control over another’s property that interferes with the owner’s right of possession – have become more complex.  Decades ago, if someone broke into your safe and stole stock certificates representing your shares in a company, a conversion claim was straightforward:  the … Continue reading The Time Major League Baseball Got Away With Theft (Well … Not Exactly)

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Can Filing a Lawsuit Breach a Contract?

January 10, 2018

When a party to a contract tells the other side that it has no intent of performing its contractual duties, the other party is typically entitled to either damages or a court order directing performance of the contract.  This is referred to as an “anticipatory breach” or “anticipatory repudiation.”  But what happens when a contract … Continue reading Can Filing a Lawsuit Breach a Contract?

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