When it comes to real estate, businesses often face more complex matters than contract signings and lease agreements. At The Jackson Law Firm, we understand the range of real estate issues that Texas business owners might have to deal with, and we know how to handle them.
If you have a physical or mental disability, it is only fair to be treated the same as anyone else without being harassed or discriminated against for your condition. This courtesy should extend to your place of employment. In fact, disabled employees in every state, including Texas, are protected against employment discrimination and harassment by the Americans with Disabilities Act, states the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Federal workers and applicants receive similar protections under the Rehabilitation Act.
For small and large Texas business owners alike, there can hardly be a bigger headache than a contract dispute. Upon signing a contract, it is assumed that both parties agree upon the terms and will make every reasonable effort to uphold them. However, as it sometimes happens, one of the parties down the line may end up breaking one or more terms of the contract, whether from a misunderstanding or a willful act of noncompliance.
When starting a business in Texas, it may not occur to company owners that they may one day be forced out of their position, especially if the company is doing well.
Like many companies in Texas, your business may utilize shareholders to forward the company's financial interests and keep it running smoothly. However, relations between those in charge of a company and the shareholders may not always be positive. At The Jackson Law Firm, we are experienced in helping businesses navigate the complications that can occur when a shareholder dispute arises.