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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
  • Executive Non-Compete Agreements

    Establishing carefully crafted agreements at the onset of an employment relationship is critical to protecting a company, the information, and the clientele that makes it unique. Among these agreements are non-competes, also called covenants not to compete which are agreements ... Read Article
  • 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
  • When Your New Employee Knows Too Much

    Businesses have the right to protect the critical investments, information, and technology that powers their success. While employees are certainly a valuable asset, the knowledge they have about a business and its inner workings can comprise the very foundation of a business. As ... 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
  • Additional Requirements for Physician Non-Competes

    Physician non-compete agreements , or a restrictive covenant clause, protect healthcare organizations and the rights of individual practitioners at the same time. Non-competes allow hospitals and offices to safely invest in new doctors and specialists, while practitioners receive ... 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
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