Texas Power Of Attorney

Power Of Attorney Texas Law When planning your estate you should consider establishing a durable power of attorney to make sure that your wishes are carried out when you are inaccessible for some reason. People often give their children power of attorney (POA) so that the children can make certain decisions if the parents become … Read More

Piercing The Corporate Veil

Pierce The Corporate Veil The first thing you should think about when staring a business is how you can protect yourself from lawsuits or debts that the business may face.  Making the business an LLC, LP, or corporation can shield business owners, members, and stockholders from lawsuits.  However, there are certain situations where a lawsuit … Read More

Fraud And Misrepresentation

Fraud By Misrepresentation Fraud involves a situation where an individual or business entity intentionally deceives another party to gain an advantage or profit. Processes that involve contractual or commercial transactions are prone to risks related to fraud. Fortunately, there are legal remedies that a business or an individual can take advantage of for any losses … Read More

Trademark vs. Copyright

When one produces unique concepts and products, the creator of these concepts and products would likely want to protect the creation from other individuals copying and reproducing them. Fortunately, federal and state law provide protection for these individualistic creations; two of which are protected by legal concepts called trademark and copyright. What protections do copyright … Read More

How To Dissolve A Limited Liability Company

Texas LLC Dissolution Are you a business owner in Texas considering dissolving an LLC? Making the decision to close an LLC is difficult, but ultimately necessary for organizations that have reached the end of their life cycle. If your situation calls for it and you’re looking to dissolve an LLC in Texas, understanding how the … Read More

What is a Durable Power of Attorney in Texas?

Situations may arise in which one would not be able to make important financial and legal decision. When these situations arise, individuals need to consider who would be ideal for making those decisions. Could one appoint another individual to make those decisions in Texas? Let’s see. Business Law 101 Series, by Top Business Attorneys (832) … Read More

Employees vs. Independent Contractors

Individuals often have difficulty distinguishing between employees and independent contractors. Understanding these differences are monumentally important for various reasons. What to learn more about these reasons? Let’s discuss. 100 Business Law Articles, by Texas Business Lawyers (832) 509-0445. How do Agencies Differentiate Between Employees and Independent Contractors? Making a determination whether an individual is an … Read More

Employment Agreements: Importance Of, Common Types, Reasons For Drafting

Contracts come as one of the most important documents that govern every day life. Among other things, contracts can bind two individuals who want to get married, two or more individuals who agree to buy and sell property, or two individuals who want to initiate a working relationship. This article will discuss employment contracts or … Read More

How to Review a Contract

Check twice before you sign! The Houston Business Lawyers help clients in Texas who are in need of business law representation. Call (832) 509-0445 for a free consultation. The Contract Review Checklist A contract is a document memorializing the set of terms mutually assented to by the parties to the alleged document or contract. A … Read More

Texas LLC Operating Agreements

If you are a business owner in Texas, understanding your LLC operating agreement is essential for protecting yourself and your company. An operating agreement sets the rules for how an LLC will be managed and outlines each member’s rights, liabilities, responsibilities and duties. It also defines what happens under certain circumstances—like if a member dies … Read More