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Retail sector trends

Retailers in Texas and the rest of the country are being impacted by trends that are requiring them to be proactive when it comes to anticipating consumer behavior. Providing consumers with exactly what they want is still a concern for retailers, but these important trends can help boost the future of the retail industry.

What to look for when conducting due diligence

Individuals who are looking to purchase commercial real estate in Texas or elsewhere will generally do due diligence prior to closing on a deal. This makes it possible to look into the property, the seller and how the deal will be financed to ensure that the buyer is closing a deal that is in his or her best interest. The due diligence period can be as long or as short as the buyer and seller want it to be.

Excessive information sharing can put employers at risk

Employers in Texas should pay close attention to recent developments regarding employee communication with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC. Employees have a right under federal law to communicate freely with the EEOC about allegations of discrimination or violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. How an employer responds to such a complaint can have a major impact on the ensuing impact of the filing, and employers can take action to protect themselves from being at risk of further charges.

Superstar Enrique Iglesias sues former label in contract dispute

Many Texans regularly deal with problems created by the failure to follow through on contracts and agreements. However, these issues aren't limited to just entrepreneurs and small businesses; even major celebrities can deal with serious concerns caused by disputes over the implementation of contracts. For example, the Latin pop star Enrique Iglesias is suing Universal Music over streaming royalties in a lawsuit filed in January 2018.

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