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  • How to Win a Breach of Contract Case

    Contracts are supposed to be binding, legally enforceable agreements between businesses, and they are supposed to provide both parties with rights should any contractual obligation be breached. If you own a business, your contractual agreements are critical to your success – and ... Read Article
  • How We Won One of Our Largest Arbitration Awards to Date Based on Contract Arbitration Awards Per 2014 Texas VerdictSearch

    The email last week from the American Arbitration Association is one for the record books. At Hendershot, Cannon, Martin & Hisey, P.C., we were excited to share it with our client, who was just as pleased as we were - more so - to hear the good news. The email started out ... Read Article
  • Do minority shareholders have remedies after Ritchie v. Rupe?

    The Texas Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Ritchie v. Rupe that the state does not have a common law claim for shareholder oppression is regarded as a blow to the rights of minority shareholders in closely held corporations. The court ruling also found that a state statute ... Read Article
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