Monthly Archives: June 2017

Elements of a Texas Tortious Interference Claim

April 2017 Newsletter Article Employers must not only address the problematic situations that arise when former employees violate terms of a non-compete agreement, they must also address those situations when…

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Should I Start A Franchised Business?

January 2017 Newsletter Article A component of achieving success in business is having the knowledge as a business owner of all of the laws that apply to your enterprise and…

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Excluding Competitors from The Courtroom in Trade Secret Cases

November 2016 Newsletter Article In a recent decision, the Texas Supreme Court provided new guidance for courtroom procedures under the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA). In re M-I L.L.C.…

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Texas M & A Declined in 2015

October 2016 Newsletter Article 2015 was the biggest year ever on a global scale for mergers and acquisitions. There were $4.7 trillion in announced mergers and acquisitions, which was an…

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Franchisor Liability in The Future

September 2016 Newsletter Article Franchisor liability took a turn down a different road in 2014 when the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) determined that the home of the Big Mac,…

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Trade Secrets And The Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine

August 2016 Newsletter Article Within the law of trade secrets, the inevitable disclosure doctrine allows employers to petition courts for injunctive relief against former employees because of the threat of…

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