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What should be included in a severance package?

What should be included in a severance package?   Attracting top talent to your company often means creating employment agreements that contain a severance package.  Experienced, senior-level professionals expect it.  But you may be asking yourself, “what should be included in a severance package?” A severance package is pay and… Continued

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How to negotiate business contracts

A Skilled Attorney Knows How to Negotiate Business Contracts Negotiation skills are some of the most powerful assets an attorney can have. Knowing how to negotiate business contracts can mean the difference between your company’s achieving favorable terms or having to put up with terms that you really don’t like…. Continued

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How to Collect Debt from a Business

Collecting a debt from a business is a challenge that can keep you awake at night.  You keep hoping to see that check in the mail or the digital payment, but nothing arrives.  If this describes your situation, try not to get frustrated but focus instead on a solution.  Here… Continued

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Top 3 Things to Ask a Lawyer for Business Startup

Texas is a great place to be an entrepreneur, and there’s nothing more exciting than launching your own business.  Whether you’re selling a product, service, or combination of both, the legal structure of your business and entity formation will be among the most important decisions you make early on.  Because… Continued

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How Can Alternative Dispute Resolution Help Your Business?

Operating a business frequently means becoming involved in business disputes that escalate into legal matters. Legal battles can become long, drawn-out affairs that end up costing large sums of money. In addition to the cost, legal battles over business disputes take away time and attention of a business’s leaders. While… Continued

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A Breach of Contract Can Hurt Your Business

Many businesses—likely even most businesses—rely on contracts to conduct their business. Unlike personal relationships, most business relationships involve contracts. Even retail stores, which for the most part have no formal contracts with their customers—save for those businesses selling big-ticket items that finance those sales, such as car dealers—rely upon contracts… Continued

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The Financial Hazards of Owning a Business

People who start their own business put a lot on the line. The federal Small Business Association reports that about 30 percent of new businesses go under within two years of opening. A total of 50 percent fail in the first five years, and fully two-thirds of small businesses close… Continued

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Are You in Compliance With Texas Wage Laws?

These days, it can be difficult for business owners to tell if they are complying with state and federal business regulations. There are so many laws and regulations governing businesses, it can be incredibly difficult—particularly for small businesses—to comply with all of those laws and regulations. State wage laws are… Continued

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Important Factors in Software as a Service Agreements

Software as a service (SaaS) is hugely beneficial to companies because it permits companies to store software remotely so client-side computers can access it without the need for extensive I.T. infrastructure. If you run a company that often contracts with SaaS providers, make sure the SaaS agreement is beneficial to… Continued

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Drafting a Management Rights Letter

At the Weisblatt Law Firm, LLC, we have a proven track record of drafting effective documents for both companies that seek to enhance investor relations and for investors who seek to gain more access to a company than their current ownership interest permits. You can take steps, such as draft… Continued

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