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09 / 02 / 2022

HOW TO PROTECT TRADE SECRETS THAT LAUNCHED YOUR BUSINESS

If you hear the term “Trade Secrets” you may think that it is something only large companies have, but that would be incorrect. Any business that is growing, in any industry, probably relied on important informational pillars to help the business grow....

09 / 01 / 2022

PARTNERSHIP DISPUTES AND THE FIGHT FOR CONTROL OF YOUR BUSINESS

How much can you – or do you – trust your business partners? If you had to think about that question, you should ask yourself why. When most people enter a business together, they pull together, sacrifice together, and hope to dominate their part of the...

09 / 29 / 2021

Is That Really Enforceable?

Can you force a fiduciary duty – the highest duty recognized in law – on someone in a boilerplate contract?Contracts are a result of the meeting of the minds, they say, and these same folks also say that you are deemed to own what you sign. Especially...

07 / 26 / 2021

What is your noncompete agreement worth?

Is the noncompete agreement you have worth the paper it is written on?

At its heart, a noncompete is a contract. It is a promise between the employer and employee where the employee promises not to compete, and the employer promises to provide the...

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,...

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