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Choice of Entity is an Important Decision for Small Business

Richard Armstrong comments on factors which go into which entity you select in setting up your small or medium-sized business in Texas In Texas, business are generally created and operated in one of the following structures, recognized by statute: • Sole proprietorship • General Partnership • Limited

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Plano Business Litigation Attorney

“It has long been the case that bringing a groundless suit carries risks for the Plaintiff,” says Plano Business Litigation Attorney Richard L. Armstrong.  One such risk is that a Plaintiff must pay for the suit to go forward, and no reasonable person wants to waste money

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A Primer on Preparing for Non-Compete Litigation: Part 4 and the Final in a Series

Fourth Step: This is the final installment in a four part series on this topic. Once your attorney has met with you to discuss the strength or weakness of the written and oral evidence, it is time to make an informed decision about whether, and in what

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A Primer on Preparing for Non-Compete Litigation: Part 3 in a Series

Third Step: What your attorney will do with the material you have provided to him is to thoroughly sift through and analyze each employment agreement, stock option or other employment benefit, stand-alone non-compete covenants, non-solicitation, and trade secret protection agreements (sometimes buried in Non Disclosure Agreements a/k/a

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A Primer on Preparing for Non-Compete Litigation: Part 2 in a Series

Second Step: Now that you have gathered all the documentary evidence, did you find an employment contract which contains a non-compete covenant? If so, your attorney will need to analyze it to determine if it has the requisite hallmarks of an enforceable non-compete agreement under Texas law.

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A Primer on Preparing for Non-Compete Litigation: Part 1 in a Series

OK, so let’s say you have just learned that a  former key employee of yours may be violating the terms of her non-compete agreement with your company.  What should you do? Should you call her and ask that she stop? Should you ask your attorney to send

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For litigation prevention, you need the right people on your side

Litigation prevention should be a top priority for small and medium-sized businesses, states Plano Business Attorney Richard Armstrong. “It sounds almost passe,”  says Armstrong.  “But now, with the ‘Great Recession’ in our wake, it is important for the businessman to implement wise, forward-looking policies that minimize the

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PLANO ATTORNEY TELLS 10 SECRETS TO KNOW ABOUT NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS – Part 2

A SPECIAL REPORT BY RICHARD L. ARMSTRONG, ESQ. [The second  of Two Installments] Plano Attorney in Armstrong The Law Firm, P.C. practices heavily in the area of non-competition agreements, also called “non-compete agreements”. What is a reasonable territory to cover in my non-compete agreement? Again, there is

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PLANO ATTORNEY TELLS 10 SECRETS TO KNOW ABOUT NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS

A SPECIAL REPORT BY RICHARD L. ARMSTRONG, ESQ. [The First of Two Installments] Plano Attorney in Armstrong The Law Firm, P.C. practices heavily in the area of non-competition agreements, also called “non-compete agreements”. Many of our business clients have from time to time asked us to discuss

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Armstrong Discusses TUTSA

The following is the fifth installment in a series of articles  published by  Plano Business Law Firm President  Richard Armstrong, based on a speech he made to the North Dallas Bar Association. With regard to the component of non-disclosure to the public,  Texas  courts will now look

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