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  • Do minority shareholders have remedies after Ritchie v. Rupe?

    The Texas Supreme Court’s 2014 decision in Ritchie v. Rupe completely changed the landscape of Texas laws regarding minority shareholder rights by rejecting the shareholder oppression cause of action. ... Read Article

June Posts

  • Do minority shareholders have remedies after Ritchie v. Rupe?

    The Texas Supreme Court’s 2014 decision in Ritchie v. Rupe completely changed the landscape of Texas laws regarding minority shareholder rights by rejecting the shareholder oppression cause of action. Prior to that ruling, minority shareholders could bring a claim that would ... Read Article
  • Texas Supreme Court: No Common Law Shareholder Oppression

    The Texas Supreme Court has declined to recognize a common-law cause of action for minority shareholder impression. The decision, issued on Friday, June 20, has been widely anticipated and could have a significant impact on shareholder-related business law and business litigation ... Read Article
  • What is a trade secret under Texas's new law?

    Trade secrets are the life of a business. They are the information that gives a business a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Because they are so important to the success of a business, misappropriation of trade secrets is a primary reason for business litigation and a ... Read Article
  • How broad is too broad for a noncompete agreement?

    Noncompete agreements can be valid and enforceable in Texas, but they must meet certain requirements first. They must be reasonable in scope, duration, and geographic area. These elements are not defined by statute, but rather, a reasonable scope, duration or geographic area ... Read Article
  • How Long Does the Adoption Process Take?

    If you are adopting a child in Texas , you are entering an exciting time in your life. It's also a time when you will be involved with a complex and lengthy legal process . Once you have begun working with an adoption attorney, you should expect to wait at least six months before ... Read Article
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