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5/21/2017
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Performing Employee Background Checks

Working with a law firm that provides a full range of employment and labor relations services can help you to access the information you need

Category: Labor and Employment Law

5/21/2017
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Will Your Bill Survive Doomsday?

As the Texas Legislature enters the end of its session, some bills sit undisturbed, and could very well remain that way for all eternity.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

5/17/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues/News: Regulating powdered alcohol

House Bill 47, offered by state Rep. Ryan Guillen, D-Rio Grande City, would ban the purchase or possession of powdered alcohol by minors.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

5/12/2017
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The Importance of Reviewing Your Employee Handbook

There are many good reasons why you would want to ask a lawyer to review your company's employee handbook before you hand it out to your employees.

Category: Business Formation

5/12/2017
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Reasons For Outsourcing Legal Services

Today, many organizations are seeking ways to reduce their operating costs as they consider how effectively they can manage their core functions.

Category: Small Business General Counsel Services

5/4/2017
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Protect Your Business With Succession Planning

Starting a new business is exciting and most of us hope that our business will thrive even if we are not at the helm.

Category: Business Succession Planning

5/3/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues: Texas Considers Mandating Water Testing in Schools

The lead water crisis in Flint, Michigan struck fear into the hearts of the nation.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

5/1/2017
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Family Emergencies In Your Business: How FMLA Affects You

This important legal matter is something that you must fully understand, as it can impact you in many different ways.

Category: Small Business General Counsel Services

4/24/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues/News: Regulating short term rentals

One of the issues being dealt with in the current session of the Texas state legislature concerns regulations of short-term rentals

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/24/2017
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Lawmakers Consider Bills to Reform Adoptive Records Policy

Under current Texas state law, it can be difficult for an adopted child to access their birth records

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/24/2017
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General Legal Services and How They Prevent Expensive Litigation

Every small business' worst nightmare is being sued for big bucks.

Category: Small Business General Counsel Services

4/24/2017
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Private School Subsidies and Higher Education Tuition Limits

If it passes, the bill will give Texas parents an online fund to help them pay for homeschool or a private school of their choice.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/24/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues/News: Ending State Auto Inspections

Texas is one of 16 states that requires motorists to bring in their automobiles to perform safety inspections.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/13/2017
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Reforms To Education Grading System Proposed (Texas Legislative Issues/News)

In early 2017, Texas got its first preview of the new A-F grading system for schools when "test" grades were released.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/11/2017
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When Good Products Go Bad: The Legal Fallout

If your company makes or sells physical products, you need to take steps to insulate yourself from any legal troubles.

Category: General Counsel Services

Labels: Manufacturers
4/11/2017
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Texas Legislative News: Property Tax Limit Proposed

According to some Texas legislators, property taxes are getting too high.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/4/2017
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Protect Yourself from Liability due to Employees' Mistakes

Facing expensive legal liability if a mistake is made or a mishap results in damage to the customer's home.

Category: Business Formation

4/4/2017
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Minimizing Legal Liability in Hiring and Firing

Every company that hires employees will eventually run into one that needs to be let go.

Category: Human Resources Planning

4/1/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues/News: Nurse Practitioners

Klick bill would not include an expansion of what nurse practitioners are allowed to do but would eliminate the huge costs of involving primary care physicians.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

4/1/2017
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Child Welfare Overhaul Proposal Moves Forward

Governor Greg Abbott named it his "number one emergency item" during his State of the State speech in January.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

3/31/2017
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Texas Legislative Issues/News Regarding Mental Health

Often taking a backseat to a number of other policy issues, mental health policy is arguably one of the most important legislative issues currently discussed.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

3/31/2017
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Convention of States Resolution Moves Forward

Lt. Governor Patrick also lists a Convention of States as one of his top priorities.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

3/28/2017
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State Government Considers Anti-Sanctuary Bill

State Senator Charles Perry introduced the bill, known as Senate Bill 4. If it passes, Senate Bill 4 will place sanctions on any Texas cities

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

3/28/2017
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Vagueness Creates Conflicting Expectations

Small business people who provide custom IT or other services regularly encounter situations in which their expectations do not match those of the customer.

Category: Small Business and Contracts

3/23/2017
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Removing Non-Killers From Eligibility For Death Penalty

House Bill 316 aims to change the way that the law of parties is applied in the case of killings and resultant death penalty sentences.

Category: Texas Government Relations Solutions

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