The continuous reciprocation of tariffs between the United States and China could leave businesses and suppliers in a bind.  With rising costs of supplies, contracts that once appeared lucrative for a business could soon become a financial liability.  As there appears to be no end in sight to the tariffs, can a company claim force

A recent Texas case highlights the importance of making clear which agreements are binding and which are not.  In Le Norman Operating LLC v. Chalker Energy Partners III, LLC, No. 01-15-01099-CV, 2017 WL 4366265 (Tex. App. Oct. 3, 2017), a group of sellers of oil and gas interests closed a transaction with Jones Energy