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07 / 18 / 2017

Can You Sue a Company for Misrepresentation?

It is an unfortunate fact of business that there exist vendors, suppliers, and other third parties who misrepresent their products and services, making claims of more than they can deliver or failing to substantially perform according to claims.

07 / 04 / 2017

Are Non-Compete Agreements in Texas Enforceable In Other States?

Many people willingly sign non-compete agreements with employers without stopping to read the fine print or consider the implications. What happens if you've signed a non-compete and you get offered a better job in a different state? Will you suffer...

06 / 27 / 2017

Negotiating the Best Deal from Your Vendors and Suppliers

Everything is negotiable. Everything. Even if it seems a supplier has a monopoly on something you need for your business, there are ways to negotiate better terms or find other ways around the need to use that particular supplier if you know how.

06 / 06 / 2017

Pursuing Damages for Wrongful Termination of a Construction Contract

When a contract is terminated before completion, it follows that one or both parties will lose money, even when the termination is performed according to the terms of the contract.

04 / 18 / 2017

How to Establish a Construction Delay Claim and Protect Your Business

Construction delay is the bane of the industry. Sometimes the schedule just doesn’t cooperate, other times it seems like the owner or the contractor is just making excuses. How do you determine who is responsible and when is a delay excusable? What...

04 / 11 / 2017

What to Do When Your Vendor or Supplier Breaches the Contract

Nothing can bring your production to a stand-still like a dispute with one of your vendors or suppliers. Unlike the days of stocking your own materials for months, today’s just-in-time manufacturing and production environment mandates smooth...

Vethan Law's guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act

Our new guide provides a simplified overview of the FLSA with definitions of terms and details regarding employee exemptions in an easy-to-read format. Click the book below to download our free guide and learn what to expect.


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