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Retaliation Claims on the Rise

While retaliation claims in employment matters were initially just tacked onto underlying discrimination claims, they are often the more challenging claims to overcome.  The Society for Human Resource Management reported that 2010 marked the first year […]

Employee Termination: Ten Steps to Remember

Texas is an employment at-will state.  Therefore, you would think that terminating an employee in Texas should be an easy proposition.  After all, you can terminate an employee for any reason, or no reason, as long as you are not doing so for an improper […]

Michael A. Logan

The Art of Defending Preferential Transfers-Part One: The Basics

Creditors face any number of perils when an account debtor files for bankruptcy – loss of sales, likely risk of collection of amounts owed, legal fees and more.  One more challenge a creditor might encounter is a possibility the now-bankrupt debtor […]

In-House Alert: Covenants Not to Compete and Bankruptcy

The difficult economic circumstances of the last few years have affected employer/employee relationships in a number of different ways.  One of these effects has been that fewer employees changed jobs.  During a period of high unemployment, […]