Arbitration is an increasingly common alternative to traditional resolution of business disputes in state and federal courts. Most sophisticated businesses have used or experienced contracts
A business commonly has all sorts of valuable assets. Most businesses have some combination of assets such as real estate, equipment, inventory, cash, receivables and patents
Remarkably, Lien Waivers continue to be among the most overlooked construction project documents. For a CRE Developer or Property Owner, the purpose of the Lien
What better time than now to see if there are dead, useless or even dangerous provisions lurking in your Employee Policy? Business owners and executives already know
Scheef & Stone LLP Partner, Mark L. Hill, has been elected as the President of the Collin County Bar Association (CCBA) effective July 1, 2016
The Department of Labor (DOL) announced an updated regulation that increases the salary threshold for paid overtime of employees from less than $455 per week
How does an investment or business fraud actually happen? How is it discovered? Sometimes, in fact many times, the fraud is remarkably simple and direct.
We hear so much about the Business and Real Estate growth in North Texas. Whether it is corporate relocations like Toyota, the sprawling Legacy West
We are only 2 weeks away from the DFW Platinum Corridor® event – Frisco’s $5 Billion Mile & Beyond. Last I heard, there were over 600 guests attending!
By now, most business people are coming to realize that Texas courts regularly enforce non-compete agreements. Assuming the non-compete has reasonable limits, such as to time