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Agreement to exchange things is enforceable

Q. My friend and I agreed that if he would give me a lawn mower he wasn’t using, I would give him my

Non-Compete Agreements in Texas

Many employers require their employees, especially employees involved in sales or marketing, to sign non-compete agreements as a condition of their employment. Although

ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT OVERHAUL OF IMMIGRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT

Q: I have heard that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have begun some targeted enforcement actions across the US to locate and remove

Who decides how my remains will be handled after death?

Q. I recently prepared my will. That got me thinking about what happens to my body after I die. Who decides whether I

Telephone calls may violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Q. Is an oral lease valid? I want to move early but my landlord says we have a valid lease for a year.

Associational Disability Discrimination in Employment

Most employers and employees are aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act prevents discrimination and harassment against employees who have a disability. However,

Oral lease for a year or less is enforceable

Q. Is an oral lease valid? I want to move early but my landlord says we have a valid lease for a year.

ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT TRUMP’S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON IMMIGRATION

Q: What does Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration do? A: On January 27, 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order on

Old debts may not be put back on your credit report

Q. I defaulted on a credit card ten years ago. I was never sued and I thought everything had gone away. I now

Handling Harassment at Work in Trump Nation

During the presidential campaign last year, Donald Trump made several statements arguably supporting ridicule or mistreatment of people based on their race, national