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A Dozen Legal Considerations for Drones

USA - February 22 2019 Whether you are using drones or permitting the use of drones on your property, there are a number of legal considerations you need to know first:...

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Texas Supreme Court Upholds Contractual Waiver of Punitive Damages.

USA - February 8 2019 Seven days ago, the Texas Supreme Court had an opportunity to decide on the issue of a contractual waiver of punitive damages in a case alleging...


Contractors Performing Roofing Repairs in Texas: Don’t Cross the Line with Property Insurance Carriers

USA - December 3 2018 Texas and other states limit the extent to which a roofing contractor can be involved in the insurance claim process on behalf of a property owner...


5 Key Takeaways: Texas Lien Laws and Advanced Lien & Payment

USA - November 7 2018 Kilpatrick Townsend’s Brian Gaudet recently gave two presentations, “Texas Lien Laws” and “Advanced Lien & Payment,” at the Associated General...


What Contractors Need to Be Concerned About When Threatened With an Impending Storm

USA - September 11 2018 Given the numerous storms which appear to be set on making landfall in the United States, most prominently category four Hurricane Florence heading...