Schedule a Consultation 713.909.7323
Menu

Business Litigation

  • Ways to Proactively Protect Your Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets

    Intellectual property protection is vital to maintaining safeguards and secrecy for your most valuable business assets. IP can consist of many different parts, from logos and corporate identity to products, processes and client lists. Because the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act ... Read Article
  • How Our Texas Law Firm Protects and Defends Copyrights, Trademarks and Patents

    Intellectual property is among a company’s most important asset, and protecting key information or inventions that have value to others who don’t use them is critical to a business’ success. As a renowned Houston business law firm adept in counseling and representing a range of ... Read Article
  • Breach of Contract Examples

    Contracts are created to establish the responsibilities and expectations of parties that choose to engage in business transactions with one another, whether they involve business to business transactions, construction or licensing agreements, or the employee – employer ... Read Article
  • 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
  • Patent Trolls: What They Are and How We Fight Them

    Patent trolls have existed for as long as patents have existed, but the term patent troll originates from an educational video released to corporations in the early 1990s. It is a derogatory term used to describe people or companies that attempt to enforce patent rights against ... Read Article
  • Mistakes Companies Make in Mergers and Acquisitions and How to Avoid Them

    Mergers and acquisitions in every industry is a fact of life. In 2015, 3.8 trillion was spent in mergers and acquisitions , surpassing the previous record of 1.3 trillion in 2007. Reasons businesses merge or acquire with another business may include expansion in a region or ... Read Article
  • Understanding The Importance of Non-Competes

    Non-compete clauses (also known as “covenants not to compete”) are clauses in employment contracts that stipulate how or when an employee can conduct business after leaving an employer. The purpose of non-competes is to protect a business’ “goodwill,” or the value of a business ... Read Article
  • Non-Compete Agreement Enforcement

    In Texas, non-compete agreements (also known as restrictive covenants or covenants not to compete) are contracts which lay the groundwork for managing conflicting employee-business interests. Professionals want the freedom to grow their careers while companies have a need to ... Read Article
Page of 3