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05 / 14 / 2019

Contract Ambiguity

Individuals, private corporations and partnerships, and government entities sign written leases, agreements and other types of contracts on a daily business.  Forming a contract is easy—under Texas law, a legally enforceable agreement—or contract—is...

05 / 10 / 2019

Trademark What to Expect

What is Trademark and Why use it?

A trademark is a mark by which the public identifies a business; it is like a brand of a business. It protects brand names and logos used on goods and services of a business. Trademarks can be logos, business names,...

10 / 16 / 2018

Contract 101: Cooling Off Period

It is important to remember that usually signing a contract binds you to that deal. As a consumer, you cannot escape your contractual obligations just because you change your mind or have buyer’s remorse. However, consumer protection laws and...

05 / 15 / 2018

How to Choose a Board for Your Startup

Every company is required to have a board of directors, even if it is just one person - the owner. No matter what, the board must be in place when you start your company.

12 / 15 / 2017

Executive Compensation and Severance

Once the exclusive domain of major publicly traded companies, complex executive compensation issues now arise regularly in privately held companies, from family business organizations to tech startups. If you’ve reached a certain point of your...

10 / 10 / 2017

How to Protect Your Business in a Divorce With a Prenuptial Agreement

It takes a very pragmatic couple to be comfortable with the fact that there is a possibility their marriage may not last and that legal steps must be taken to protect the business of one of the spouses or the family.  Most, however, are in the throes...

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