Oral argument in Horizon Health v. Acadia Healthcare illustrates difficulties with proving lost profits damages when employment is at-will
Steak N Shake case holds that the Texas sexual harassment statute does not preempt a common-law assault claim if the “gravamen” of the claim is assault
What’s the most effective form of non-compete in Texas, or anywhere? It might not be what you think.
Texas lawyers may not be billing as many hours on ordinary requests for production, if some proposed changes to the discovery rules are made.
A high-stakes battle over who owns the technology used in the Oculus Rift virtual reality system
From Russia with Love: California Court Addresses Personal Jurisdiction Under Defend Trade Secrets Act
The recent Brunswick v. Sultanov case addresses an ex parte seizure order under the Defend Trade Secrets Act, plus a novel personal jurisdiction argument.
A recent Texas ethics opinion addresses two issues concerning disclosure of confidential information.
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The Neurodiagnostic case shows that providing an employee specialized training can make a Texas non-compete enforceable.
You already know it’s good to set specific, measurable goals. But for best results you must avoid these five goal-setting mistakes.