If you’ve ever been zip-lining or whitewater rafting, you have likely had to sign some sort or waiver or release. Did you stop to wonder whether it’s enforceable if you were to get hurt? Would you actually have signed away your rights to make a claims against someone? As with all good legal questions, the […]
TLIG Maintenance Services, Inc. v. Fialkowski – Mental anguish claims in a home construction and repair case are only proper in severe circumstances, where the home has been made uninhabitable.
Steve Evans v. W.G. Waldrop – A landlord has not acted unreasonably by refusing to allow the sublease of a commercial property based on the objections of other tenants to the nature of the proposed occupancy.
John Boman v. City of Gadsden – An employee handbook can create a contract between employer and employee, but the contract does not extend to matters not addressed in the handbook.
An Alabama Supreme Court decision touching on reformation of contracts and applying verdict setoffs.
An Alabama Supreme Court decision touching on extra-contractual oral representations and a party’s reliance on same.
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