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Tonignt on NMEMINDZ radio, Griff will be interviewing Khemsanu, addressing matters of contract law. In the second half of the show, he will be joind by Stephany Rose, PHD. She will be expounding on her book - Abolishing white masculinity - From Mark Twain to Hip Hop. Call in # 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace!
Join hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they discuss a piece of contract law known as the survival clause.
The survival clause is used to describe a contract clause that remains in effect, or is still valid, after the end of the agreement. These clauses include limitations of liability, non-disclosure/confidentiality, non-solicitation, non-competition, indemnities and insurance provisions.
A survival clause is necessary if there are any clauses that one of the parties wishes to have remain in effect after the termination of the agreement.
Join Hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they discuss Contract Law Integration, and specifically, boilerplates.
It has been said that every contract is made of two parts: the boilerplate and the important stuff i. For many lawyers, boilerplate has become the drafting equivalent of wallpaper -it looks nice, is always around, but after a while you don’t notice it any more. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “boilerplate” as:
"Language which is used commonly in documents having a definite meaning in the same context without variation; used to describe standard language in a legal document that is identical in instruments of a like nature."
There are a few key considerations that must be a part of a contract in order for it to stand up in court. They are a) offer, b) acceptance, and c) consideration. Any objections to an orginal offer constitutes a counter offer, not acceptance, which initiates a whole new contract. Consideration must also be a part of it, and this consists of something of value or something to be deemed as having value by the two parties.
Tune in as Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien dig into Contract Law and it's elements over the next few weeks.
Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali as we welcome Brother KhemsaNu to discuss the importance of contracts, understanding law, and a number of other things; Including sovereignty, Moors, birth certificates, and whatever questions our callers may have. The call in # is 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace.
in Self Help
Believe it or not, many couples spend more time planning their wedding than they do planning their marriage. You go through that whirl wind honeymoon stage, to deciding to try to make it a go, to married, and often the married part of that list gets the least actual attention. Weddings are a big deal and marriages go on auto pilot. Auto pilot doesn't work.
Part of what makes it difficult to actualy do the work for planning for a future together, is many people don't really know how. The Relationship Contract helps a couple create a roadmap to happily ever after step by step. It doesn't have to be a marriage. The relationship contract is a great idea for any two people who want to spend a lifetime together.
Wallach on Law. Gun Legislation & Officer Training, With California Assembly Member Das Williams, And Gun Rights Activist Sheriff Richard Mack (“Sheriff Mack”). Gun regulation is potentially the most partisan and divisive issue in the U.S. Some believe that any form of gun regulation in unlawful. Others don’t believe the Second Amendment provides a right to possess a gun free from regulation. And others are more concerned with the present – determining that, in the wake of multiple tragedies – the need to better regulate gun access is essential. This week, Sheriff Mack joins us to explain why he believes gun regulations are illegal, and that our focus should be ending the drug war and improving officer training. And in the wake of the Isla Vista tragedy, Cal. Assembly Person Das Williams has co-authored a bill that provides a mechanism to keep those who may be unstable temporarily away from weaponry. He joins us (from the Assembly floor) to discuss his bill as it moves through the California Legislature.
Wallach on Law airs on AM stations nationwide on Saturdays at 1:00pm Eastern Time, and can also be heard on iTunes, iHeart Radio.
Welcome to another wonderful experience in the classrooom with your Instructor Maria Monica Oretgon for Legal Terminology and Contract Laws. These classes will be taught in Spanish. To be successful in this class please be sure that you have your required materials. If you have questions of your Instructor please send them in an email. To receive attendance credit for this class you will need to send the Instructor an email with the flag attendance word.
Thank you for attending classe and have a great class!
Join us this week as we discuss music as a business. Are you an aspiring musician, booking agent, or producer? Then you should listen to this show. We will have two industry experts on air live to discuss their experiences and answer your questions. You do NOT want to miss this show.
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This weekly program is a service of the Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont. The firm has offices located in NJ, NY, CO and PR. The firm serves both business and personal law clients in a variety of matters. Additionally, the firm has industry specific practice groups for industries including kitchen & bath companies, interior design firms and commercial/residential cleanup companies.
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Wallach on Law, Fire & Gasoline --When the Mentally Ill Meet Police. Featuring Ron Honberg of NAMI (the National Alliance For Mental Illness)
Officer-Involved Fatalities & Shootings on the mentally ill are becoming commonplace. In August, Ezell Ford was killed by two Los Angeles County Police Department officers, who stopped him because he was acting strange, and when a struggle ensued, killed him when they believed he was reaching for their weapons. Three months earlier, in Detroit, Dontre Hamilton was lawfully sleeping in a public park and had just been questioned by two officers and deemed a non-threat. A third officer later woke him with a baton, and when a struggle ensued, the officer shot Mr. Hamilton 14 times killing him. Neither victim was engaged in illegal conduct, and both suffered from mental illness. None of these officers received “Crisis Intervention Training”—which teaches law enforcement officers how to identify and respond to those afflicted with mental illness. Ron Honberg of NAMI joins us to talk about what is needed and why.
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