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This Art Consulting Agreement covers a full range of services in connection with professional advisory, curation, and collection management needs of fine art collectors. Sections include:
-Scope of Services (with descriptions of the various services)
-Term and Performance
In the course of a loan or credit payback it may sometimes be the case that a party is unable to perform their obligations due to an intervening event or circumstance beyond their reasonable control. This letter is to request deferment or abatement of the loan payback due to the Corona virus.
This agreement allows two businesses to market each other’s services and refer potential clients to each other. Sections include: Standards of Performance, Criteria for Qualified Referrals, Audit provisions, Use of Marketing Materials, Representations and more.
Judicial disqualification, also referred to as recusal, is the act of abstaining from participation in an official action such as a legal proceeding due to a conflict of interest of the presiding court official or administrative officer.
A company policy for employee to be covered under a working from home policy. During this COVID-19 stay at home and work from home policy , there is a need for businesses to make sure their workplace stay safe at home as it would at the office
PLAINTIFF’S RESPONSE TO DEFENDANT’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND BRIEF IN SUPPORT THEREOF on SEX-BASED HOSTILE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
Brief arguing that certain gang based and domestic sexual violence based claims still qualify as a particular social group membership for purposes of asylum post Matter of A-B-. Also argues that certain conclusions reached in Matter of A-B- are flawed and contradict current caselaw.
A Motion for an award of attorney’s fees in a civil FED case. Filed under 13-17-101 CRS, seeking the award for a substantially frivolous, groundless, and/or vexatious action and/or pleading. Fact specific, but a good starting point in any request for fees. It was ultimately denied as the defendant “was not aware of the possibility of an award of attorney’s fees” under 13-17-102(6), despite having had several discussions about exactly that on the record.