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Couple is over $25,000 in the hole after contractors bail

A breach of contract can happen in any business arrangement, which is a rather unfortunate reality that many people have to face. This includes agreements between a customer and a business, which is usually the case when people hire home renovators who are working on a contractual basis.

Dealing with the potential of business dissolution

One of the hardest things that can happen to your business partnership is the potential of dissolution. However, there are some cases in which this is simply unavoidable due to various circumstances, and it therefore becomes imperative for you to know when to cut your losses and when to seek more professional means of dividing up your business.

How does employment law cover pregnancy in Texas?

When one of your employees becomes pregnant, you may have some concerns about whether she will be able to continue performing her job duties and if she'll continue as an employee after the baby is born. It might seem easier and more beneficial to the business just to let the employee go, especially if complications arise during the pregnancy. However, there are laws in Texas that protect pregnant employees from discrimination and wrongful termination. It is usually in your company's best interests to take the needs of your pregnant employee into consideration and attempt to reach a resolution that benefits all.

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