August 2022

There is a common misconception in real estate transactions that the seller has unequal bargaining power because they are typically the one to draft the contract. This is incorrect. In contract law, a fundamental principle, known as contra proferentem, recognizes that, where there is any ambiguity, or more than one interpretation, in a contract, that...
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In July of 2022, Walker Law was successful in obtaining a worldwide Mareva injunction on behalf of its client for $33 million dollars. A copy of that decision is here. A Mareva injunction is a rare and extremely difficult form of injunctive to obtain. If granted, this relief freezes the assets of the recipient, which...
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