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  • I Received an EEOC Complaint – Now What?

    U.S. employers are subject to numerous regulations and the oversight of various federal agencies. This includes the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency responsible for ... Read Article

September Posts

  • I Received an EEOC Complaint – Now What?

    U.S. employers are subject to numerous regulations and the oversight of various federal agencies. This includes the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency responsible for enforcement of federal laws on employment discrimination. Under these laws, employees are ... Read Article
  • When the Wedding Doesn't Happen, What Happens to the Engagement Ring?

    Marriage proposals come in all shapes and sizes, but no matter how they happen, most are accompanied by an engagement ring. A time-honored tradition, the gifting of an engagement ring is realistically more than just a romantic gesture and promise. It is also often a substantial ... Read Article
  • 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
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