Monthly Archives: December 2017

Status of Minority Shareholder Oppression in Texas

In an ideal world, everyone gets a fair deal. In the real world, however, the powerless are often given a raw deal by the powerful. Texas minority shareholder oppression is a perfect example of this. Shareholder oppression occurs when the minority shareholders in a corporation are unfairly treated by the majority shareholders. It occurs more [...]

Power of Attorney Misuse

A power of attorney is a document that authorizes a person or organization (the agent or attorney-in-fact) to represent or act on behalf of another person or organization (the principal, grantor or donor) in making decisions and taking actions relating to private affairs, business dealings, health care or legal matters. It is often a good [...]

The Business Mediation Process

When two businesses are involved in a dispute, it’s often more beneficial for both to resolve the disagreement through compromise rather than litigation. The business mediation process makes this possible. In a neutral setting, in the presence of an impartial mediator, the parties may be able to reach a mutually beneficial agreement, particularly with the [...]

The Commercial Eviction Process

Both lessor and lessee can be negatively impacted by a poor commercial lease situation. These situations may in one way or another necessitate the eviction of the lessee, and it’s important for members of both parties to be aware of the legal process that must be followed. Lockout Landlords have a statutory right to lockout [...]

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