Parties often add limitation-of-liability clauses to their agreements. These types of clauses can purport to limit a party’s claims or damages or both. Damage-limitation clauses can take many different forms. For example, such a clause may forbid the recovery of consequential or loss profits damages. Cont’l Holdings, Ltd. v. Leahy, 132 S.W.3d 471, 475-76 (Tex. App.—Eastland 2003, no pet.). Further, a contractual provision setting an upper limit on the amount recoverable is a limitation of liability provision. Arthur’s Garage, Inc. v. Racal-Chubb Sec. Sys., 997 S.W.2d 803, 810 (Tex. App.—Dallas 1999, no pet.); Fox
During a press conference Thursday afternoon, President Biden announced a broad plan that will include as-yet undefined guidance to require federal contractors to “provide adequate COVID-19 safeguards to their workers performing on or in connection with a Federal Government contract or contract-like instrument.” While the President’s remarks and the Administration’s corresponding plan suggest a vaccine mandate, the President’s Executive Order does not explicitly mandate a vaccination requirement. The requirement, however, is expected to be established by the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force.
The President’s plan is encompassed in an Executive Order covering federal contractors (discussed below)
COVINGTON, Ga. — Newton County officials said Friday they have a “strong partnership” with their law firm despite the Board of Commissioners adjourning a recent meeting because no attorney attended.
The county “appreciates the legal advice and guidance” Jarrard & Davis has provided “since the relationship commenced more than five years ago” in which the law firm works on a contract basis for the government, a news release stated.
Ken Jarrard, a founding partner of the firm, said Jarrard & Davis “highly values its professional relationship with Newton County.”
“No matter what direction Newton County chooses for its legal representation,
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Yesterday, September 9, President Biden announced several initiatives regarding COVID-19 vaccine requirements for U.S. employers. This alert provides a brief overview of the content and timing of the principal initiatives, and previews certain objections likely to be raised in legal challenges that some governors and others have said they will file.
- OSHA rule requiring all employers with 100+ employees to ensure their workers are vaccinated or tested weekly, and to pay for vaccination time.
The President announced that the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing an Emergency Temporary Standard