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What's a force majeure clause?

You have a contract with an important foreign supplier, and you're relying on those shipments -- but they don't come. Your supplier explains that they cannot meet their obligations because there's been a sudden change to their country's laws interfering with exports. They invoke the force majeure clause in their contract, effectively ending their obligation to you.

What happens when your business partner wants to leave?

When you launched your company, you and your business partner were the proverbial "dream team." Your motivations were similar, your energies were aligned and you had a united vision. Now, you and your business partner haven't seen eye-to-eye for a while, and your partner has finally decided that it's time to move on.

Esports dispute highlights finances of professional gaming

While many people in Georgia are fans of the videos and competitions hosted by esports stars and teams, the reality of professional video gaming can be more complex. Like other forms of entertainment, esports is a major industry that relies on restrictive yet lucrative contracts. One of the stars of the esports world, 22-year-old "Fortnite" player Tfue, is engaged in an ongoing dispute with his former esports group, FaZe Clan, over Tfue leaving the group and bringing his contract to an end. Both sides are asking a federal judge to rule in their favor in key aspects of the ongoing dispute.

Kanye West dispute with EMI looks set for court

Georgia residents who follow developments in the music business will likely know that disputes between recording artists and record labels often become contentious. During a bitter legal battle with Warner Bros., Prince appeared on stage with the word 'slave" written on one of his cheeks and then changed his name. He also compared recording contracts to modern slavery in a 2015 interview with the music magazine Rolling Stone. The latest such dispute involves superstar hip-hop artist Kanye West and the recording giant EMI.

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