Rachel Vanni is a California attorney, founder of Local Content, and freelance writer based in San Diego, CA. The combination of her legal experience with her passion for writing provides a unique and practical perspective on all things family, civil, and business.
Articles written by Rachel Vanni
The Financial Conduct Authority announced the transition from the London Interbank Offered Rates (LIBOR) to Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) by year-end 2021.
The legal industry has seen exponential growth with the increased demand and use of law-centric tech tools. While many traditional firms have been slow to adapt, the COVID-19 pandemic has expedited the implementation and use of virtual solutions by firms that would have otherwise delayed or resisted.
One of the most important pieces of progressive labor laws comes from the idea of collective bargaining. Workers, especially those at risk of unfair treatment, rely on collective bargaining to provide them with a safe work environment and fair wages.
A franchise agreement is a legally binding contract that dictates the terms, circumstances, and obligations between a franchisee and a franchisor.
Contracts establish transparent and professional partnerships between companies and individuals. However, it’s vital to have an exit strategy. Termination clauses are critical to sound and enforceable contracts, but they can be tricky.
No matter your industry, contracts are an integral part of day-to-day operations. Business lawyers and in-house counsel review, negotiate, and manage hundreds if not thousands of contracts per year.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has changed how we operate in almost every facet of our lives. From digital assistants that anticipate when to order paper towels to cars that can drive themselves, AI is everywhere.
The legal sector has a general reputation for being conservative when it comes to technology. Not anymore. The landscape is rapidly changing.
Even if the law doesn’t require an agreement to be in writing, it is always a smart decision to do so.