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How to Defeat the Dreaded “Pay-if-Paid” Clause

  Written By: Kyle M. Winslow In the context of a subcontractor contract for a construction project, pay-if-paid clauses allow a general contractor to not pay a subcontractor if the owner did not pay the general contractor. While the pay-if-paid clause has not been adopted by the AIA, the typical clause will look something like Read More

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As of This Moment, They’re on Double Secret Probation

Written By: Scott R. Thomas Dean Wormer thought probation made sense for the Delta Tau Chi fraternity.  Many companies think a probationary period also makes sense in the employment context.  Employers who share that philosophy will create a probationary period—30 days, 6 months or a year, depending on the kind of business, the employer’s needs, Read More

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