AUSTIN, Texas – Due to the Covid-19 crisis, many businesses and contractors have financial difficulties. It is further expected that several companies could even go out of business completely and close their doors permanently. On Friday, April 17, civil law attorney Anthony Ciccone addressed entrepreneurs and business owners of Austin SCORE to present strategies for minimizing damage if a business owner needs to breach a contract.
Here are key issues discussed during the webinar:
- How to minimize damage if you need to breach a contract
- How to protect your business if clients break a contract with you
- Force majeure – an explanation of the rarely invoked contract term
- Unexpected consequences of “ghosting” a project
- How photos, emails, and texts can help or hurt your case
Anthony Ciccone leads Bollier Ciccone LLP’s civil law section. He is Board Certified in Construction Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. Anthony helps small, medium, and large businesses with a wide variety of legal matters including business contract-related services.
About Bollier Ciccone LLP
Since 1990, Bollier Ciccone LLP has earned the trust of thousands of clients and businesses throughout Austin and Central Texas by setting dependable expectations and delivering results. BC’s team provides premium, unmatched personalized services to clients seeking Austin’s best family and civil law attorneys. Learn more about the firm, including its community involvement, at BClawTX.com.