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Pro Se is Not Always the Right Way

            A pro se litigant is a person appearing before a court on their own behalf, rather than being represented by legal counsel.  As scary and risky as it sounds, you would be surprised how often it happens in practice.  It is a well-settled constitutional right for an individual to have Read More

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Knocking Out Bullying in the Legal Profession

I am sad to report that bullying is still alive and well in the legal profession.  Unfortunately, I have found that the mass majority of this behavior stems from senior attorneys with decades of practice experience under their belt who quite frankly feel that threatening and bullying a younger, less experienced, associate is the sure Read More

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The Lost Art of Handwritten Thank You Notes and Face to Face Communication

It is interesting to see how our society has relied on technology, computers and smartphones as our preferred method of communicating with others.  Several months ago, I had the pleasure of working with an elderly client who rarely, if ever, accessed his emails.  He explained that things are much easier to settle over the phone Read More

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An Ounce of Prevention: Why Engage Corporate Counsel?

Business and commercial law generally falls into two broad categories: “Corporate” and “Litigation.”  Corporate law generally refers to the drafting and negotiation of various contracts.  Litigation is the resolution of business disputes, whether through the court system or through alternative dispute resolution.  As a litigator at a law firm specializing in business law and contracts, Read More

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Get LinkedIn or be Left Out – The Importance of LinkedIn to Your Professional Career

LinkedIn has become an incredibly useful, effective tool for professional networking, development and of course, for your job search.  LinkedIn can be an incredibly powerful networking tool if approached and maintained properly.  I had the opportunity to work with a LinkedIn strategist to assist me in creating a profile that worked for my job search Read More

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Limited Liability Company Member Disputes in Texas

Shareholder oppression lawsuits brought by minority shareholders in Texas corporations are nothing new.  In recent years, there have been an increasing number of similar suits filed in a slightly different context: limited liability companies, or “LLCs”.  An LLC, like corporation, is a separate legal entity that can own property and conduct business in Texas.  However, Read More

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Estate Planning: A Sophisticated Plan for Complexities

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