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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,...

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...

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...

08 / 22 / 2017

How to Mitigate Co-Employment Risks When Using a Staffing Agency

When an employee has two employers who each have actual or potential legal rights and duties to him or her, that relationship is called co-employment. Co-employment is part and parcel of contracting workers through a staffing firm or agency because...

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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