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Houston Jury Awards $6.4M In Hospital Defamation Case

“This is an unusual verdict for a defamation case.”

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Fort Worth Court Of Appeals Finds Online Arbitration Policy Unenforceable

“Merely posting an arbitration policy on an intranet site is insufficient to give an employee notice.”

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Your Duty To Preserve Includes Social Media

The most effective way to inform your clients of their duty to preserve is to include a detailed preservation provision in their retainer agreement

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Preservation Steps For Executives Anticipating Litigation

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse suggests that executives take these preservation steps if anticipating litigation for misappropriation of trade secrets

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Choosing The Right Forensic Examiner

Selecting a qualified expert may be critical to your case.

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Employee Gun Rights

Prohibiting firearms in company parking lots could lead to wrongful discharge claims

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OSHA Issues A Final Rule On Tracking Workplace Injuries & Illnesses

“Starting January 1, 2017, employers must electronically submit workplace injuries and illnesses”

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California Whistleblower Firm Explains California Qui Tam Statute

Lawyers at the California whistleblower firm Keller Grover LLP file false claims lawsuits for their whistleblower clients.

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