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Combating Consumer Scams Amid COVID-19

As Texans, we have weathered our share of crises and disaster, although, here in southeast Texas, it’s usually in the form of a hurricane. Times of crisis and uncertainty, such as the current COVID-19 outbreak, tend to bring out not only the very best in people, but also the very worst, as individuals and businesses Read More

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What Does “Community” Look Like During Social Distancing?

I will not say these times of COVID-19 are “unprecedented times”.  That is being overused and is obvious.  What is unique to these COVID-19 days, in my opinion, is the extent to which some are looking to government for decisions and related comfort from uncertainty rather than trying to find or create our own level Read More

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Foreclosure and Eviction Relief for Homeowners During the COVD-19 Crisis

In March 2020, our economy came to a screeching halt as COVID-19 swept through our countries, states, cities, and homes. Businesses have been ordered to close, and individuals told to stay home to stop the spread of the virus. National, state and local officials are taking necessary steps on a daily basis to protect businesses Read More

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New Federal Laws Taking Effect April 2, 2020: Require Even Small Employers to Provide Paid Leave for Public Health Emergencies and Illness

A new federal statute, signed by President Trump on March 18, 2020 and titled the Families First Corona Response Act, will take effect on April 2, 2020, and have major implications for most employers.  While the Act provides other benefits, this article discusses its provisions, applicable to even small employers, for (1) an expansion of Read More

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Transferring a Business is a Team Effort

Transferring a Business is a Team Effort Thinking about buying or selling a business? It’s a big step in life, so let’s talk about surrounding yourself with the right help to make sure you make the best deal possible. A tempting path for some entrepreneurs is trying to handle the entire transaction themselves. The temptation Read More

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But I Can Do it by Myself for Less…

When handling it yourself is not a good idea from a legal perspective   “It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money — that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything…” Common Law of Business Balance Read More

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Common Litigation Myths Debunked! Part III

In the last segment in this series, I discussed myths surrounding settlement. This segment focuses on a myth about the discovery phase of litigation. Myth #3: Discovery is just an expensive waste of time. Of the several aspects of litigation that clients find the most irksome, the discovery process may top the list. Discovery is Read More

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Distinctiveness: Selecting a Strong Trademark

Not all trademarks are created equal. A potential mark must be distinctive enough to allow consumers to distinguish the applicant’s goods or services from the goods and services of others. When reviewing a trademark application, trademark examiners analyze where the mark falls on a spectrum of distinctiveness. The more distinctive the mark, the easier it Read More

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Part I – Probate: Identify the most efficient probate proceeding

Probate is the process of applying to a court for authority to transfer a decedent’s property.  When the court stays involved throughout the administration of a probate (i.e. through the whole process) then the probate process is long, complex and expensive.  However, Texas has aggressively sought to create a number of more efficient (i.e. quicker Read More

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Cotenancy: Unique Relationship of Co-Ownership

There are many situations where attorneys must address a client’s co-ownership issues.  The basis of a cotenancy relationship is each owner’s (non-exclusive) right to use, occupy and possess each part of the property.  Cotenants may not exclude other cotenant owners from possessing, using or occupying the same part or parcel.  Texas law recognizes three forms Read More

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In March, when Governor Abbott declared a state of emergency in Texas, part of the declaration recommended that all non-essential court proceedings be suspended and that in-court appearance be discouraged in non-emergency situations. The declaration has left courts across the state scrambling to determine if, and how, to continue non-essential
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Combating Consumer Scams Amid COVID-19

As Texans, we have weathered our share of crises and disaster, although, here in southeast Texas, it’s usually in the form of a hurricane. Times of crisis and uncertainty, such as the current COVID-19 outbreak, tend to bring out not only the very best in people, but also the very
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Combating Consumer Scams Amid COVID-19

Considerations for Commercial Property Owners and COVID-19

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has wreaked havoc on the world and our nation, casting widespread uncertainty and hardship in seemingly every corner of the economy. With many commercial tenants in dire financial straits – particularly those who rely upon customer interaction (i.e. retail, restaurant, and entertainment) – commercial landlords are
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