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Stephanie James Named 2017 Texas Rising Star

Underwood is pleased to announce that Stephanie James has been named to the 2017 Texas Rising […]

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Shareholder Slater C. Elza’s Profile

The basics: 45 years old. Married, one child. Lived in Hereford and Tulia, grew up […]

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When is a Lateral Transfer an Adverse Employment Action?

To succeed in a workplace discrimination or retaliation claim, the aggrieved employee must prove that […]

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Ranch Lesson #6 – Take an Inch

Mike Baskerville was the second Receiver appointed by Judge Dan Mike Bird in the Waggoner […]

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Disability Accommodation Requires Good-Faith by Employee as well as Employer

Does a disabled employee have an obligation to make a good-faith effort to succeed in […]

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CLIENT ALERT: New Overtime Rule 12/1/16 Deadline Suspended

On November 22, 2016, a U.S. District Court for the Eastern District Texas temporarily enjoined […]

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New Overtime Rule Attacked In Lawsuit, But No Delay in 12/1/16 Compliance Date

Yesterday, September 20, 2016, officials in twenty-one States filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Court […]

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Having an Anti-Harassment Policy Isn’t Enough

Pullen v. Caddo Parish School Board (5th Circuit July 2016) illustrates that having a strong […]

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Ranch Lesson #5 – Allow Exit Strategies

In Ranch Lesson #4 we discussed how Lynn Tate and I learned to “shamelessly share” […]

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Deal of the Century: Waggoner Ranch

Underwood attorneys represented the new owner of the historic Waggoner Ranch throughout the unprecedented sale […]

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