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Two Emails Don’t Always Equal One Contract: Contracts in the World of COVID-19

USA - April 10 2020 The coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed many of our personal and professional lives. This includes working from home and increased communication by…

Out with Lonergan, In with Spearin: Texas Legislature Provides Contractors with Limited Protection for Defective Plans and Designs

USA - November 12 2021 As of September 1, 2021, in a change to Texas caselaw that had been in place for over a century, Texas contractors now have protection in certain…

Enforcing Electronic Contracts in Texas When the Other Party Denies Signing

USA - June 17 2021 As an ever-increasing amount of contract negotiation and execution is done online, new legal issues have arisen from such transactions. Consider the…

J. David Pugh

Measuring the Long Arm of Texas Courts: When Is an Out-of-State Supplier Subject to Texas Jurisdiction?

USA - July 1 2021 Suppliers of construction products and materials frequently find that their products and materials are used in projects located in states where the…

J. David Pugh

Everything You Need to Know (And Probably Don’t) About Covenants Not to Compete - Mississippi

USA - October 5 2020 The next state in our series exploring non-compete agreements is the Magnolia State, Mississippi. Unlike Texas and Louisiana, Mississippi’s…

James A. Collura, Slates C. Veazey