No matter how good both parties intentions are when entering into a legal agreement, unforeseen circumstances can throw things off track. If this prevents one of the parties from fulfilling Read more
Is It Really Beneficial to Use a Contract Management Software?
Ineffective purchase control and contract management can cost any business millions or even billions on a yearly basis. The companies will also miss many savings opportunities. To avoid this problem, Read more
Point and Click – The Electronic Contract
Many times…and in many instances, “Point and Click E-Contracts” are the equivalent of pen and paper agreements. The advent of “Cyber Monday” has holiday shoppers running to their PC’s with Read more
S.F. airport workers end three-day strike, will vote on contract this weekend
Food-service workers at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday ended a three-day strike that shut down most of the restaurants and eateries at the busy airport, after being promised what Read more
American Airlines computer glitch disrupts pilots’ schedules — latest issue as union contract talks continue
American Airlines Group Inc. and the union that represents its pilots are discussing extra pay for some pilots to compensate them for flying future flights that got dropped from their schedules because Read more
West Coast port labor talks enter new, high-stakes phase with contract expiring
Labor talks between West Coast dockworkers, cargo-handling companies and container shipping lines are entering a new, high-stakes phase with the expiration of the contract covering U.S. seaports from Washington state Read more
Disney extends CEO Chapek’s contract three years
Walt Disney Co.’s DIS, -0.71% board on Tuesday unanimously voted to extend Chief Executive Bob Chapek’s contract for three years. “Disney was dealt a tough hand by the pandemic, yet Read more
Promissory Note or Contract – What’s the Difference?
Promissory Notes are Different from Contracts Avoid Confusion-Understand the Difference Contracts A contract requires two parties to agree to its terms. The parties must exchange “consideration” (something of value) that Read more