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What may result in a judge throwing out a noncompete agreement?

We live in a very competitive world where someone is always interested in getting an upper edge on another at all costs. Many Ohio employers ask their employees to sign noncompete agreements (NCAs) to protect themselves from workers from taking off their operational details and customers and starting their own thing right in their figurative backyard. Any employer looking to protect their interests by having an employee sign an NCA must make sure that they include certain information in it for it to hold up in a court of law.

What are signs an executor has breached their fiduciary duty?

The executor of an estate has specific fiduciary responsibilities. It's an Ohio personal representative's legal obligation to act in the best interest of the deceased and carry out their instructions and wishes to the best of their abilities.

Has a contract breach left you considering your options?

When you entered into a business arrangement, you likely anticipated the deal benefiting your company in various ways. You may have needed to expand and made a deal with another company to sell your product. You may have needed materials to manufacture your product and reached out to a vendor for supplies. Whatever the case, you ensured that all parties involved signed a contract associated with the arrangement.

How does an issuance of debt work?

Debt is a typical cost associated with doing business. It's not uncommon for governments and companies to accumulate debt by borrowing funds from bondholders. They often pay the debt back at a specified period at an agreed interest rate. Generally, payments are made monthly or quarterly. The borrower must then pay back the lenders in full once the borrowing period is complete.

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