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Dallas Business Law Attorney Talks Employee Overtime Rules for Texas

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses the uncertainty surrounding proposed changes in employee overtime pay rules. Back in 2016, the Labor Department under the Obama administration announced new rules regarding employee overtime pay that would have a profound effect on how businesses compensated salaried employees—and

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Dallas Business Lawyer Discusses Arbitration Clauses in Business Agreements

Dallas business lawyer, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses what you need to know about including an arbitration clause in your contracts to safeguard against litigation. In a society that has become increasingly lawsuit-happy over the years, many companies are incorporating arbitration clauses into their contractual agreements as a

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Dallas Business Law Attorney Discusses “Litigation-Proofing” Texas Small Businesses

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, gives common-sense tips on how Texas business owners can protect themselves and their companies from lawsuits. When you own and operate any kind of business, you inherently run a risk of getting sued. It comes with the territory. Sometimes, these

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More Insights from Dallas Business Attorney on Bad Vs. Good Contracts

Dallas business attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses principles for writing clear, concise contracts that promote healthy business relationships. In contrast to bloated, complicated business contracts that basically invite friction between two parties, a well-written agreement actually serves to lubricate the relationship, enabling the two to work together

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Bad Business Contracts versus Good Ones: A Dallas Business Lawyer’s Insights (Part 1)

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses why bloated, complicated business contracts are an invitation to expensive lawsuits. Before signing any business agreement, your first litmus test as to whether it’s a good contract is whether you can understand it. The purpose of a contract is

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A Texas Business Law Attorney’s Guide to Surviving a “Business Divorce” (Part 2)

Texas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, talks in more depth about dissolving a Texas business partnership. You just discovered that your best friend from childhood (and business partner for decades) has been hiding assets in an offshore account. Or maybe you and your co-owner keep screaming

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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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Armstrong The Law Firm, P.C.
Plano Location
1400 Gables Ct #103
Plano, TX 75075

Fort Worth Location (By Appointment Only)
5601 Bridge Street, Ste. 300
Ft. Worth, Texas 76112

Phone: (972) 424-5297