Like the 2017 remix of Sgt. Pepper, redoing my classic paper on the essentials of Texas trade secrets law was a challenge.
A lesson for lawyers on perspective, from the hit Netflix series “Cobra Kai”
Do any of the requirements of the most famous Texas non-compete decision still apply?
Even lawyers have some common misconceptions about Rule 408, the settlement communications rule.
Failing to offer evidence regarding the reasonableness of the non-compete’s time period is the most common–and fixable–mistake.
Will new changes to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure make discovery less expensive?
Imagine a world of perfect justice where disputes disappear and lawyers are unnecessary. Would it be a utopia, or a dystopia?
For almost a century, Texas law has required a non-compete to have a reasonable time period, but what does “reasonable” mean?
What are the key ethical issues that typically come up for lawyers handling departing employee litigation?
What does the legal challenge to drive-through voting in Harris County teach us about textualism?