Texas Dram Shop Law and Overserving Patrons

Drinking and driving is illegal, but in Texas, so is overserving patrons. The Dram Shop Act in the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code holds establishments such as restaurants, bars, and nightclubs liable for selling alcohol to patrons that are obviously intoxicated. Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg has stated the county is cracking down on offenders, having recently charged five bar employees for overserving a man who left the bar and was later involved in a fatal drunk driving accident.


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Duties Business Partners Have To Each Other

Starting a business is incredibly exciting, but many first time business owners don’t anticipate the many responsibilities involved with running a business. When partners form a business, they must fulfill certain duties to each other. When one or more partners fail to fulfill these duties, partnership disputes arise and can jeopardize the whole business.


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What Type Of Business Should I Form?

Starting a business is incredibly exciting, but few people understand how the type of entity they form can affect them later on. Deciding what entity to form can have beneficial or catastrophic consequences for not only your business, but for your own personal finances. While there are many types of business entities, the business lawyers at Feldman & Feldman see the following most often.


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