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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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Lawyer Receives Construction Law Certification from Texas Board

The Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) announced that Cara Kennemer has received Board Certification in Construction […]

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Ranch Lesson #7 – Meet Each Condition; Continually Obtain Seller’s Emotional Commitment

In Ranch Lesson #6, I commented on the strategy of “taking inches.” While there were […]

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Firm Announces New Shareholder Autum Flores

Underwood is proud to announce that, effective January 1, 2017, Autum Flores has been named shareholder. […]

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Shareholder to Speak at National Conference

Gavin Gadberry will be a key speaker at the American Health Lawyers Association’s Long Term […]

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Defeating a Claim of Sexual Harassment by a Supervisor: Three Hurdles to Clear

In Chin v. Crete Carrier, U.S. Dist. LEXIS 152456 (N.D. Tex. 2016), Judge Fitzwater explains […]

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Texas Economic Development Act and School Districts

Texas Economic Development Act and School Districts School districts can influence economic development projects in […]

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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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