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Three of the most common misconceptions about enforcing Texas non-compete agreements.

USA - November 11 2015 When it comes to the enforceability of non-compete agreements in Texas, misconceptions and half-truths are abound. Whether I am having a conversation

Three Things Employers Should Do When an Employee Resigns

USA - June 9 2017 Unemployment is low and the job market is currently tight. In this environment, talented employees are in high demand. Your best and brightest

Austin v. Kroger - Remanded Again by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

USA - June 12 2017 In the latest chapter of the ongoing proceedings in the lawsuit filed by Randy J. Austin against his former employer, Kroger Texas, L.P., the United

In Judge Gorsuch’s first opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court rules that an entity that purchases debt and then collects that debt is not a “debt collector.”

USA - June 20 2017 On June 12, 2017, Judge Gorsuch issued his first written opinion since taking the bench on the Supreme Court. In Henson vs. Santander Consumer USA

Data Breach: The Aftermath - Insurance Coverage Under CGL Policies for Cyber Security Breaches, Hacks, and Malware Attacks

USA - October 18 2016 October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign led by the Department of Homeland Security, in order to raise

Seeing Double: Operator Must Pay Royalties To Multiple Units, Says Texas Supreme Court

USA - June 28 2017 Late last week, the Texas Supreme Court told a cautionary tale for operators with its unanimous opinion in Samson Exploration LLC v. T.S. Reed

Jury Returns Defense Verdict for Operator That Deducted Affiliate Fees from Royalties

USA - June 27 2017 In this week’s edition of our energy law podcast, you’ll learn about multiple decisions that came out of the Texas Supreme Court on Friday, which can

Texas Supreme Court Upends Traditional Rules of Construction for Mineral Deeds

USA - June 26 2017 On Friday, a deeply divided Texas Supreme Courtin a surprising turn of eventsdisturbed long-standing rules for interpreting mineral conveyances in

In Judge Gorsuch’s first opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court rules that an entity that purchases debt and then collects that debt is not a “debt collector.”

USA - June 20 2017 On June 12, 2017, Judge Gorsuch issued his first written opinion since taking the bench on the Supreme Court. In Henson vs. Santander Consumer USA

Texas Appeals Court Issues Decision That Could Undermine Non-Solicitation Agreements In The Oil Patch

USA - June 16 2017 Your non-solicitation agreement with your employees in the oil patch may have just been gutted by a new decision from a Texas court of appeals. Join