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Texas paves way for settlement regarding e-book price fixing

When businesses are able to set competitive prices, it helps to encourage a healthy, open marketplace that gives consumers the chance to get items at a fair price. This also gives competing companies the chance to develop loyal customers and strong business partnerships. If the ability to change prices for fair competition is taken away, it not only isn’t fair for businesses who don’t have the choice, but also for consumers and the industry in general. Also, it opens the path for business litigation from consumers against companies that practice unfair competition.

Helotes, Texas may get additional land from San Antonio

The success of commercial real estate has a lot to do with space, location, and even territory. Small towns can face challenges that larger cities don’t often have to deal with, such as residential and commercial growth and expansion. Whether or not a city is able to support new industry can make the difference between a thriving economy and stagnating commerce. Additionally, smaller towns might face real estate disputes that are different from those that bigger cities are used to.

Austin Fire Department being investigated for hiring practices

It’s important for businesses to follow local hiring laws regarding diversity and equal opportunity. Failing to do so may result in employment discrimination litigation. Not even city and state organizations are exempt from the requirement to follow employment law.

Texas company disputes contract terms with medical group

Just as individual consumers are expected to pay their bills, businesses must also stay current with payments for goods or services under the terms of a contract. A company that fails to hold up to its end in a contract may end up facing breach of contract litigation.

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