Workplace Changes Employers Can Expect in the Wake of COVID-19

As the new coronavirus or COVID-19 continues to disrupt the everyday lives of many, changes to the modern workplace have become inevitable. Though many have hoped for a total return to normalcy following stay at home orders; unfortunately, however, this is not the case, as COVID-19 is showing no signs of waning. With this in […]


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Kate Spade Accused of Breaching Fiduciary Duty in New Lawsuit

Fiduciary obligations are crucial aspects of certain business relationships. These duties involve a relationship between two parties that obligates one to act in the best interest of the other. When the fiduciary breaks or breaches this obligation to the beneficiary, it can hurt their reputation and have potential legal repercussions. Such is the case for […]


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Navigating Fraud and Cybersecurity Concerns While Working From Home

Since the new coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak, many people across the country and around the world have had to adapt to working remotely from their homes. While this allows employees to continue their ongoing projects and tasks from the safety of their own living spaces, fraud and cybersecurity concerns have mounted as fraudsters find themselves […]


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Best Practices for Real Estate Investment During COVID-19

Even as storefronts begin to reopen their doors for business across the country, the new coronavirus or COVID-19 continues its worldwide spread. COVID-19 has infected over three million people worldwide, with over 32,000 of those cases in Texas affecting the lives and businesses of many. One of those industries that has seen the effects of […]


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Texas Unemployment Benefits Under CARES Act

Following the outbreak of the new coronavirus or COVID-19, many across the country have found themselves out of work and having to file for unemployment. With over 20 million unemployment claims being filed and nearly one million claims in Texas alone, officials have begun to roll out unemployment benefits under the Coronavirus Aid Relief Economic […]


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OSHA Complaints Pour in as COVID-19 Workplace Safety Concerns Mount

As the new coronavirus or COVID-19 continues to affect people and their places of work across the nation and around the world, one would think workers in essential industries are being effectively protected. Unfortunately, this isn’t necessarily the case for everyone. While many workplaces are doing their due diligence to ensure workers are adequately protected […]


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Why Businesses Can Benefit from Alternative Dispute Resolution

With different projects, teams, management styles, and other factors at play, disputes in the workplace are bound to happen—even when working from home. Alternative dispute resolution or ADR can help to resolve these conflicts, potentially without the need for court appearances. There are many different ways both small businesses and large corporations can benefit from […]


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Unemployment Claims Rise as Coronavirus Concerns Continue

Commuting to and from work two months ago was the norm for many across the United States. Now, many finding themselves working from home or have lost their jobs entirely due to the effects of the new coronavirus or COVID-19. Following the implementation of shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders, most are encouraged to stay at home […]


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Breach of Contract and Force Majeure in the Age of COVID-19

Day in and day out, businesses across the nation rely on contracts for many different things, including partnerships and employment. Unfortunately, however, many companies have been grappling with how to handle these contracts due to the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, which has effectively disrupted business operations around the world. In particular, many businesses are wondering […]


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Local Houston Restaurants Suffer Coronavirus Impact

Over the years, local restaurants have remained staples of communities across the country. Houston, for instance, is known for its wide variety of local fare, with a whopping 10,000 restaurants that represent nearly 70 countries and American regions. While restaurants across the nation have long been a source of comfort for patrons, the novel coronavirus […]


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