A Rival Company Is Bashing Me on Social Media. What Can I Do?
Reading unkind words about you or your business on social media is never pleasant. When those words come from a rival company, it is not uncommon to feel even more unsettled. Consumers are entitled to their opinions about various businesses and their comments are generally not grounds for legal action. However, a rival business making…Read More
How to Choose the Right Structure for Your San Antonio Business
Congratulations! You have decided to start that business that you have been thinking about for a long time. However, deciding to go into business is the easiest part. Now you must make decisions that will affect your business moving forward. One of the first and most important is the business’s structure. The type of structure…Read More
When Are Non-Disclosure Agreements Unenforceable?
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is meant to protect confidential information from being released. If a person who signs an NDA discloses any information covered by the document, legal recourse is available. Texas law takes the issue of non-disclosure a step further. Even when an employee refuses to sign an NDA, they are still under a…Read More
3 possible solutions to a lawsuit over a breach of contract
You write out contracts to protect your company from unreasonable demands and failures by others. When another person or business fails to fulfill its contractual obligations to you or your company, you may suffer significant financial losses. An employee, supplier or client violating their contract with you could cause real damage and disrupt your daily…Read More
Handling a breach of contract with a third party
As a business owner, it’s reasonable that you’d have to work with many different entities and individuals. Third parties may provide essential services to your business, such as delivering specific items you sell to your location or delivering the basics to keep your business up and running. Normally, when you have a contract with another…Read More
Is your company accountant stealing?
As a business owner, you trust your accountant a lot. But what if that trust is mislaid? It’s difficult to consider, especially when you have a long-standing relationship with someone, but that’s precisely when fraud and theft are most likely to occur. After all, someone can hardly defraud your company before they’ve established credibility. Can…Read More
The difference between a material and immaterial breach of contract
When a person or an organization in a joint contract with you doesn’t live up to their end of the bargain, what can you do? Like most things in life, it can depend on the circumstances. How much does the breach of contract damage you? You may have high expectations for the other party that…Read More
Surprising ways a vendor breach of contract can cost money
Breach of contract can cause issues for your business in a wide variety of ways, especially if a vendor is the one who fails to uphold an agreement. People may understand that if a vendor fails to fulfill their contract, they might have to pay more for supplies elsewhere. What they may not consider are…Read More
Some employment disputes can lead a business to civil litigation
Owning and operating a successful business is the dream of many San Antonio residents. These people have worked hard to achieve success and to anticipate any roadblocks that might stand in their way. Unfortunately, many business owners feel blindsided when civil litigation arises over what seems like a simple employment dispute. Employees in Texas and…Read More