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  • What to Do When the Other Party Breaches the Contract

    Contracts are an essential part of doing business, and they can be used when businesses enter into all types of transactions and relationships, whether they involve two or more businesses, ... Read Article

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  • What to Do When the Other Party Breaches the Contract

    Contracts are an essential part of doing business, and they can be used when businesses enter into all types of transactions and relationships, whether they involve two or more businesses, construction or licensing, or employers and employees. Regardless of the parties involved, ... Read Article
  • 6 Things You Should Know About Child Custody Modifications in Texas

    Things in life often change, which is why Texas law provides parents with child custody agreements to seek modifications that better reflect new circumstances or needs. While this may seem like a straightforward matter, modifications are subject to various rules and requirements ... Read Article
  • OSHA Citation Defense: Anatomy of a Citation

    OSHA citations create tremendous exposure to penalties and serious repercussions, and may have the potential to threaten the reputation, success, and future of a business. For these reasons, businesses should be intent on protecting their rights and interests by addressing the ... Read Article
  • What Does the Yates Memo Mean to Your Practice's Compliance Program?

    In September of 2015, the Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Justice (DOJ) circulated a memo that detailed a change in how corporate officers would be treated by the federal government. Known as the Yates Memo, this document puts all corporate officers on notice of a ... Read Article
  • Shareholder Litigation: What's Your Shareholder Dispute?

    Litigations provides shareholders with the opportunity to prevent and remedy a dispute – whether that dispute involves alleged wrongdoing committed against the corporation itself or against an individual shareholder and their ownership interests. Because there are many ways ... Read Article
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