As a NY attorney, it’s a bit strange for me to read a Korean contract and see how the word “penalty” is used. In the United States (as well as other common law jurisdictions), when a contract contains a “penalty,” the clause is, often, invalidated. Korea, however, allows some “penalties” in contracts. Cutting to the chase, this is merely an issue of confusing and overlapping terminology. But since its confusing, it is worth explaining. To start with, a bit ofContinue reading
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