Business Litigation

Breaching a Lease in Texas

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Both tenants and landlords are constrained by leases. A landlord generally cannot raise the rent or force a tenant to move out before the lease ends unless the tenant materially breached the lease in some way (for example, they fail to pay rent). Tenants, unless extraordinary circumstances exist, are generally legally bound to pay rent …

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Prerequisites Necessary for Bringing an Employment Dispute to Court

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The area of employment law is made up of a myriad of type of claims (discrimination, harassment, worker’s compensation, whistleblower claims, etc.) and often a maze of federal, state and local statutes along with any governing law. Often, employees have to satisfy prerequisites prior to taking their case to court and their failure to do …

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VIDEO – What is a Virtual General Counsel?

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Austin, Texas business attorney Ethan Shaw discusses Shaw Cowart LLP’s experience with representing companies for in high stakes “Bet the Company” litigation. Business disputes create unnecessary expense and divert time, energy and resources away from the focus of your business. When that dispute could wreak havoc on your company, you need dependable attorneys who you …

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