Stormy Daniels, NDAs & Lawful Contracts: Can a Legal Agreement Be Enforceable If It Has Only One Signature?
Sometimes the day’s political headlines can present legal questions with real-world implications for businesses across the country. The recent reappearance of Stormy Daniels in the news is a reminder of the ongoing non-disclosure agreement (“NDA”) controversy involving her and President Trump. As you’ll remember, this is a significant legal issue related to the enforceability of a contract that has not been signed by all parties.
Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels[i], filed a lawsuit in California federal court alleging that the NDA between her and Trump is unenforceable because Trump did not personally sign the agreement. This happens to be a question pertinent to many businesses: Can an agreement be enforceable if only one party to the agreement signs it?… » Read the full post