Failure to Disclose in a Real Estate Transaction

In real estate transactions, saying nothing can be every bit as bad as saying something misleading or false. A seller has the obligation to disclose certain defects to a buyer before they complete the sale. If a seller fails to disclose those defects, they may be held liable for the cost of repair. In some […]


Read more

A Property Manager’s Responsibility for Tenant Safety

Landlords and building owners often do not manage their properties themselves. They typically do not have the time or expertise to actually tend to the property. To do this, they hire a specialized property manager who has experience in things like maintenance and collecting rent from tenants. Property managers are responsible for all parts of […]


Read more

Overtime Laws for Salaried Employees

Many salaried employees in Texas may not think about overtime as something they need to worry about, however, employment law can be complicated, and some salaried employees could be missing out on rightfully earned overtime pay. If an employer fails to properly pay their employees overtime, they could be violating federal and state laws and […]


Read more

Impacts of Sexual Abuse on the Brain

Sexual abuse can occur to any gender orientation at any age through a variety of scenarios. Only recently as abuse victims have felt more empowered to come forward with their stories, and laws have been changed to extend the ability to file some lawsuits regarding institutional sexual abuse, have the long-term effects of sexual abuse […]


Read more

General Contractor Did Not Pay Subcontractor: What Now?

General contractors are the backbone of residential and commercial construction. They are trusted by thousands of Texans each day to keep construction projects moving forward. General contractors often use subcontractors to keep their projects on schedule and complete construction on time. When a general contractor does not pay their subcontractor, what happens? There are many […]


Read more