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Fort Worth Business Law Attorney Weighs in on Breach of Partnership Agreement

Fort Worth partnership dispute attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses the ramifications of breach of partnership and the pros and cons of taking action. When you partner with one or more other people to do business, you create a legal business partnership, one that is usually documented with

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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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8 Questions to Ask a Dallas Business Attorney Before Forming Your Corporation

Dallas business law attorney, Richard “Ric” Armstrong, discusses eight important questions to ask when forming a new corporation in Texas. A good business attorney can help budding entrepreneurs on the road to success. Ask these questions to minimize and mitigate business risk: 1.    Q: Which business structure

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Dallas Business Lawyer Offers One Extremely Helpful Idea for Making Sure You Hire Great People

Dallas business lawyer Richard “Ric” Armstrong has advice for employers who want to hire the right people. Have you ever paid the price for hiring the wrong person? Training costs, valuable time and money—all are for naught if you hire the wrong candidate. Subpar job seekers are

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Partners Who Engage in Unfair Competition “On the Side”

Picking up from where our last blog series left off, what sorts of ramifications can occur when one or more partners step outside of the fold, and start doing business “on the side,” separate and apart from his erstwhile comrades? Such a “side” business may directly or

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Why does a “good” partnership or company split up? (Part 2)

[Continuation of last week’s blog, “Why does a  ‘good’ partnership or company  split up?] The principal reason that many a partnership or similar company endures a turbulent “business divorce” is because they didn’t take the time to communicate, evaluate, negotiate, and clearly reduce to writing what each

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