3 Examples of Breaches of Fiduciary Duty

Fiduciary describes a relationship where one party has been entrusted to act on behalf of another party for business or personal reasons. The party acting as a fiduciary is legally required to act with the utmost integrity in all dealings and cannot do anything to jeopardize the interests of the party being represented. Fiduciary relationships […]

What Happens When a Partnership Dissolves in Texas?

Not all partnerships end the way their partners want. Even if your relationship with your partner(s) has proceeded smoothly for most of your partnership’s existence, there may come a time when the partnership has outlived its purpose or circumstances have significantly changed. There are times when you may decide that the best course of action […]

Are Non-Compete Agreements Enforceable in Texas?

Many employees must sign non-compete agreements with their employer as a condition of their employment. Despite the Biden Administration’s stated intent to ban these agreements, and the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed rule doing so, many workers are still subject to the terms of these agreements within their employment contracts. Texas Law Allows Some Non-Compete Agreements […]