Category Archives: Contract law

“Good faith” threat to breach

When is a threat to breach a contract unless the other party agrees to pay more (or take less) made in “good faith.”  I raise the issue over at ContractsProf Blog.

Twitter, football, Osama bin Laden, and contract law

Over at the Technology and Marketing Law Blog, Eric Goldman (Santa Clara) and Venkat Balasubramani (Focal PLLC) are exchanging views about a new decision, Mendenhall v. HanesBrands, Inc.  In the case, NFL running back  Rashard Mendenhallof the Pittsburgh Steelers signed an endorsement deal for Champion … Continue reading