Business Law

Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust

Posted on March 26th, 2021

COMMERCIAL LAW Melissa English   Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust In Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust, 472 P.3d 500 (Alaska 2020), the supreme court held that a genuine dispute existed over whether a purchaser personally guaranteed the obligations of a bankrupt entity because Continue Reading »

Farthest North Girl Scout Council v. Girl Scouts of the United States

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Farthest North Girl Scout Council v. Girl Scouts of the United States,[1] the supreme court held that the corporate governance documents vested exclusive right to establish membership dues in the National Council of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. The Girl Scouts of North America (GSUSA) is a congressionally chartered nonprofit Continue Reading »

Parlier v. CAN-ADA Crushing – Gravel Co.

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Parlier v. CAN-ADA Crushing & Gravel Co.,[1] the supreme court held that limited liability companies must hire counsel for court litigation. In superior court, Parlier attempted to represent his co-defendants Parlier Investments, LLC, McHenry Detective Agency, LLC, and Shares #1 and #17 of Sockeye Salmon, Inc., on the grounds that he was the sole Continue Reading »

SMJ General Construction, Inc. v. Jet Commercial Construction, LLC

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In SMJ General Construction, Inc. v. Jet Commercial Construction, LLC,[1] the supreme court held that parties which agree to release each other from preexisting contractual obligations in a settlement are not subsequently obligated to abide by those same contractual obligations. SMJ was contracted by Jet to support a construction project. Disputes arose between SMJ and Continue Reading »

Williams v. Baker

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Williams v. Baker,[1] the supreme court held that an individual did not have an indirect fiduciary duty and thus the superior court erred when it shifted the burden to her to prove that she had not committed fraud under Alaska’s Unfair Trade Practice and Consumer Protection Act (UTPA). Johnny Williams provided financial services, such Continue Reading »

Business Law

Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust

Posted on March 26th, 2021

COMMERCIAL LAW Melissa English   Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust In Beardsley v. Robert N. Jacobsen & Darlene F. Jacobsen Living Trust, 472 P.3d 500 (Alaska 2020), the supreme court held that a genuine dispute existed over whether a purchaser personally guaranteed the obligations of a bankrupt entity because Continue Reading »

Farthest North Girl Scout Council v. Girl Scouts of the United States

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Farthest North Girl Scout Council v. Girl Scouts of the United States,[1] the supreme court held that the corporate governance documents vested exclusive right to establish membership dues in the National Council of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. The Girl Scouts of North America (GSUSA) is a congressionally chartered nonprofit Continue Reading »

Parlier v. CAN-ADA Crushing – Gravel Co.

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Parlier v. CAN-ADA Crushing & Gravel Co.,[1] the supreme court held that limited liability companies must hire counsel for court litigation. In superior court, Parlier attempted to represent his co-defendants Parlier Investments, LLC, McHenry Detective Agency, LLC, and Shares #1 and #17 of Sockeye Salmon, Inc., on the grounds that he was the sole Continue Reading »

SMJ General Construction, Inc. v. Jet Commercial Construction, LLC

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In SMJ General Construction, Inc. v. Jet Commercial Construction, LLC,[1] the supreme court held that parties which agree to release each other from preexisting contractual obligations in a settlement are not subsequently obligated to abide by those same contractual obligations. SMJ was contracted by Jet to support a construction project. Disputes arose between SMJ and Continue Reading »

Williams v. Baker

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Williams v. Baker,[1] the supreme court held that an individual did not have an indirect fiduciary duty and thus the superior court erred when it shifted the burden to her to prove that she had not committed fraud under Alaska’s Unfair Trade Practice and Consumer Protection Act (UTPA). Johnny Williams provided financial services, such Continue Reading »