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November 2015 Archives

How to avoid partnership disputes in Texas

As is the case with any close relationship, disputes often arise between business partners in Texas, and elsewhere. When this happens, it can significantly affect business and, sometimes, may have an adverse effect on your bottom line. At The Jackson Law Firm, people often ask us how they can avoid partnership disputes. As such, we will discuss some tips for how to handle disagreements between business partners.

Man who allegedly violated wage and hour laws to serve jail time

Most people in Texas, and elsewhere, are aware that disputes with employees can be costly and disruptive to business. What many do not realize is that business owners who violate state or federal laws could also face serious legal ramifications. In addition to being ordered to pay restitution, or other damages, employers may also be sentenced to a jail or prison term.

What recourse do you have for broken confidentiality agreements?

As a business owner or professional in Texas, you may have business-related information you want to keep confidential. As such, you may ask your employees or those with whom you work to sign confidentiality agreements. According to Black’s Law Dictionary, these types of agreements stipulate that the signer keep information confidential, and return any documents as requested.

Enforcing business contracts in the state of Texas

Companies in Texas, and elsewhere, commonly use contracts in nearly every facet of their businesses. Whether oral or written, informal or formal, both sides generally expect each other to uphold their side of these agreements. When one side, or the other, fails to fulfill their obligations, contract disputes may arise. As such, it behooves people to understand when Texas business contracts are enforceable to help avoid these types of issues.

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