Many verbal agreements are in fact enforceable. Ohio’s laws carve out certain transactions that require a written contract, including transactions involving an interest in land, contracts that are not to be performed within one year of the making of the contract, and claims against doctors for a medical prognosis.

In addition, where parties agree that the final embodiment of their agreement will be reduced to a signed writing, they are typically precluded from claiming that interim discussions and communications constitute a binding agreement.

Dealing With One-Sided Public Contracts: Surviving the Death Star

Don Gregory hosted a seminar on contracts, terms, and contractor rights. 

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Industry Recognition – Rob Cohen

Rob Cohen, Chair of our Litigation practice, regularly receives honors and recognitions for his work. Here are some of them. 

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The Law & You – Chapter 6: Contracts

The Ohio State Bar Association offers guidance on the requirements, performance and breach of various types of contracts. 

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