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  • OSHA Defense: The Importance of OSHA Citation Classifications

    OSHA inspections can be critical matters for employers, particularly because they pose the threat of citations and what can be severe and substantial penalties. On a blog recently published on our ... Read Article

2018 Posts

  • OSHA Defense: The Importance of OSHA Citation Classifications

    OSHA inspections can be critical matters for employers, particularly because they pose the threat of citations and what can be severe and substantial penalties. On a blog recently published on our firm’s OSHA defense website – OSHA Citation Classifications and Why are they ... Read Article
  • How Does My Practice Deal with a Civil Investigative Demand?

    Owning and operating a professional medical practice is no easy task. From complex transactions and business relationships to various day-to-day tasks and the duty to provide sound treatment, there are many issues practices must address. Those issues are given even greater ... Read Article
  • Undivided Property in Texas Divorce Cases

    Divorce cases can entail complex and multi-faceted proceedings that aim to unravel many of the issues which become entwined during the course of a marriage. This is especially true in terms of property, and more specifically the community property divorcing spouses co-own as a ... Read Article
  • Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. Celebrate a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Win

    HOUSTON, TEXAS – The litigation firm of Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, PC, headquartered in Houston, Texas, successfully defended the Grant Road Public Utility District and its board members, in their official capacity, against claims of discrimination at both the trial and ... Read Article
  • Enforcement of Property Division in Texas Divorce Cases

    Whether agreements are reached out of the court room through collaboration and compromise, or as the result of litigation and a decision by a Texas family court, the terms of any finalized family law order must be followed. Unfortunately, the existence of a court order does not ... Read Article
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