Month: October 2017

Traumatic Brain Injury Claims

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is often referred to as an invisible disability, because for many victims there are no obvious outward signs of the effects that they are suffering. Of course, TBI can be a catastrophic injury requiring 24-hour care. But for those who do not suffer physical impairments it can still mean never being …

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3 Keys to Enforcing Executive Non-Compete Agreements in Texas: Part II

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This is the second of two posts discussing the enforceability of executive non-compete agreements in Texas. In Part I, we discussed the basics of a non-compete agreement as well as the first prong of Texas’s two-part analysis to determine their enforceability. In this second part of the analysis, we will see how Texas courts evaluate …

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Invokana Amputation Claims

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In May 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that taking the type 2 diabetes drug Invokana (canagliflozin) increases your risk of foot and leg amputations. The safety alert was an update to a 2016 alert. Type 2 diabetes itself increases your risk of amputation. Taking medication to manage your blood sugar is …

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Business Interruption Insurance Claims Post-Hurricane Harvey

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Hurricane Harvey hit Texas hard—especially in Houston, Beaumont, and Hardin, Jefferson, Orange, Chambers, and Harris counties—and caused upwards of $180 billion in damage. If your business has been forced to shut down partially or entirely because of Hurricane Harvey or other natural disaster, business interruption insurance (also called “BI insurance”) may be able to get …

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3 Keys to Enforcing Executive Non-Compete Agreements in Texas: Part I

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This is the first of two posts that will discuss the enforceability of executive non-compete agreements in Texas. What are Executive Non-Compete Agreements? Non-compete agreements, also called “restrictive covenants,” are contract provisions through which an employee agrees not to work in a similar trade in competition with an employer, usually in a particular geographical area …

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