TODD v. Lady Bird Deeds in Texas
Both a transfer on death deed (TODD) and a lady bird deed allow a grantor to transfer real property outside probate while retaining contr...
May 12, 2021 / Read More
Series LLC in Texas
Series LLCs in Texas allow for the establishment of separate series each of which operate as separate companies with their own members, m...
Nov 19, 2020 / Read More
Different Types of Deeds in Texas
Four types of deeds are commonly encountered in Texas. They are general warranty deeds, special warranty deeds, deeds without warranty, a...
Jul 17, 2020 / Read More
What to Put in a Term Sheet
One of the first questions I ask clients looking to do a deal is whether they have a term sheet. Sometimes they ask what a term sheet is ...
Jun 24, 2020 / Read More
Invoking Force Majeure Due to Coronavirus
Schools have been closed, sporting events and other large gatherings of people have been cancelled, travel has been curtailed or even ban...
Mar 19, 2020 / Read More
How to Prevent Brands from Going Wild
This publication supplements an article named, “Brands Gone Wild” originally posted by amagazi, a Houston-based advertising agency.
May 18, 2018 / Read More
Restrictive Covenants in Business Contracts
There are generally three types of restrictive covenants in business contracts: (1) non-compete agreements; (2) non-solicitation agreemen...
Mar 02, 2018 / Read More
Legal Fees: Price vs. Value
There has been a lot of talk over the last decade about offering clients alternatives to the hourly rate. While the conversation has shif...
Feb 16, 2018 / Read More
Texas Business Entities for Doctors
Doctors may have the answers when it comes to diagnoses, but some may need help in other aspects — like deciding which business entity is...
Dec 04, 2017 / Read More