Monthly Archives: September 2009

Using Contracts to Deal with Unknowns: Part 1 –“Known Unknowns” (Technology Law Letter #8)

In this Newsletter Using Contracts to Deal with Unknowns: Part 1 – “Known Unknowns” From My Blog Ask Harry Boadwee Using Contracts to Deal with Unknowns: Part 1 –“Known Unknowns” Business people deal with unknown facts and circumstances in contracts all the time. Contracts allocate the responsibility for unknowns to one party or the other. … Continue Reading

Enter the Hyperwrap Agreement: A New Page in Online Contracts

Software and internet contracts for years have been created by means of “shrinkwrap,” “clickwrap” and even “browsewrap” agreements (although the enforceability of “browsewrap” agreements is somewhat doubtful). Two recent cases from Illinois courts now recognize a type of contract called a “hyperwrap” agreement.  For the business implications, you can scroll to the bottom of this… Continue Reading