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  • What Shareholders, Partners and Members Can Do to Help Avoid a Business Dispute

    Even in the best of circumstances, conflict can occur between shareholders, business partners or members in an LLC, and sometimes these partnerships or relationships will need to come to an end. The best way to avoid a business dispute in Texas, is to prevent one from the outset ... Read Article
  • Take a Stand Against Business Fraud - How Our Law Firm Helps

    Businesses of all types face inherent risks of financial loss due to fraud. Often, those risks come from within an organization and involve its own employees . As statistics show, an overwhelming percentage of fraudulent activity can be traced to a company’s employees, including ... Read Article
  • My Business Partner is Stealing, What Now?

    A business partner can have different relative meanings, with the most frequent being two or more persons who play a significant role together owning, managing, or creating a company. Another form of a business partnership is two entities or businesses that cooperate together ... Read Article
  • What is involved in a healthcare fraud investigation?

    It’s no secret that the medical industry is highly regulated and scrutinized. Because healthcare fraud costs the government and taxpayers billions of dollars every year, the federal government as well as the Texas State Attorney General’s Office and the Texas Department of ... Read Article
  • Breach of fiduciary duty and how it applies in a divorce

    Fiduciary agreements exist across various types of personal and professional relationships. In the context of family law and marriage, “fiduciary” denotes the responsibility of spouses to act in one another’s interests, financially speaking. A spouse has a duty in equity and in ... Read Article
  • 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
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