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May a Contract Be Forgiven if it Becomes Impossible or Impracticable to Perform?

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  Introduction In the current climate, when businesses are shutting down and economy has come to a staggering halt, many business owners are left wondering whether they are obligated to adhere to contracts they signed in good times.  In an uplifting display of collective solidarity against an invisible enemy, many obligees (persons to whom another […]

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The Impact of COVID 19 on Small Businesses and the Force Majeure (Act of God) Clause

During these times of uncertainty in the business sector, issues pertaining to contractual obligations are arising.  With many companies being forced to reduce or completely shut down business due to governmental limitations, businesses across the country are concerned about meeting and keeping their existing contracts.  Force Majeure provisions and the Act of God clause are […]

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Operations During Shelter-in-Place

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While we all grapple with the Corona Virus and related issues, we want you to know that we are doing whatever we can to continue serving clients and the public. We will try to accommodate anyone for consultation or meetings by altering when and how a meeting takes place. We offer video-conferencing and tele-conferencing as […]

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Suborning Perjury

Most of the time, merely knowing that someone else is planning on committing perjury, without trying to make it happen, will not amount to suborning perjury. However, while attorneys are barred from trying to influence a witness to lie under oath, they also must not call a witness whom they know or believe will lie […]

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Jahangiri Law Group

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I am happy to announce the opening of Jahangiri Law Group – a business and real estate law firm. We are located in San Ramon and will continue to provide excellent services to our most esteemed clients.

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