McDonald’s Sued By Ex-Franchise Owners In $1B Discrimination Lawsuit

According to an article written by Gettysburg College, it’s estimated that most Americans will spend one-third of their lives at work. Even as many have moved to make the transition to work from home due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many offices and workplaces have since reopened their doors to employees. While going […]


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How to Avoid The Breach of a Vendor Contract During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought forth many challenges for business owners to tackle. Dealing with the shutdown of operations earlier this year and establishing the safest ways to return to work have already put a lot of pressure on businesses to maintain safe protocols and turn a profit. Because of this, it’s important for business […]


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Commercial Real Estate Investment and the HEALS Act

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its spread, more and more business owners are looking for ways to recoup their losses due to mandated closures and stay-at-home orders. The same can be said for those involved in commercial real estate investing, where virus has also had a major impact. Recently, however, the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability […]


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Incapacity Planning For Business Partners Amid COVID-19

Running a successful business comes with its own unique set of challenges – and business partnerships are essential for success. The Coronavirus pandemic has no doubt thrown curveballs at business owners across the country, but what happens to a business when one business partner falls ill to COVID-19 – or worse, becomes incapacitated or succumbs […]


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Texas Temporary Injunction and Injunctive Relief

Going through litigation can be complex and stressful for those involved. For business owners, it can be especially taxing during the ongoing pandemic; however, understanding how this works can help make the process feel smoother. One such option is a temporary injunction. Temporary injunctions and the injunctive relief processes are standard in most Texas court […]


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What to Consider When Going Through The Dissolution of a Business Due to COVID-19

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has taken a major toll on businesses throughout the nation. While some have been able to transition to working entirely or partially remotely, others have had to make difficult decisions to keep their doors open without having to dissolve a business. The dissolution of a business is a decision that should […]


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Are COVID-19 Liability Waivers Enforceable?

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented change in the way many people go about their daily lives and work. While many employers have made decisions to keep their teams working remotely indefinitely, others have decided to return to the office, whether partially or full time. Because of this, COVID-19 liability waivers have become a common […]


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How Employers Can Protect Themselves From Liability After Reopening

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge in areas across the U.S., many businesses are looking for ways to protect themselves from potential employer liability. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for every company, employers must consider certain safety measures in order to avoid employees and visitors contracting the virus, as well as formal written […]


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How To Vote By Mail In Texas

Voting by mail has become a widely discussed topic this year. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many have advocated for the practice, however, others believe voting by mail could lead to potential voter fraud. Because there are many different considerations at play when it comes to mail-in voting, it’s important to understand the practice, how […]


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Damages and the Texas Tort Claims Act

In previous posts, we’ve discussed both sovereign and qualified immunity, and what these specific legal doctrines entail. These laws ultimately work to shield law enforcement and other state and federal government officials from liability; however, there are exceptions, one of which being how it pertains to the Texas Tort Claims Act. Understanding what it means […]


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