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Security deposit is not for the last month’s rent

Q. My apartment lease was up in November. Since that time we have had a month-to-month agreement. I am now moving out. I

What can President Donald Trump actually deliver?

by Chandra K. Mittal, Ph.D.

On January 20, 2017 once Donald Trump is “officially” sworn in as the 45th President of

Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace

Both federal law (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act) and Texas law (Texas Commission on Human Rights Act) prevent sex discrimination against

Copying Texans logo is copyright violation

Q. With all of the excitement surrounding the Texans getting into the playoffs, I notice some people are getting a Texans’ logo tattoo.

ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT NATURALIZATION

Q: Do I have to be a lawful permanent resident first before I can apply for naturalization? A: In order to

Old DWI may come back to haunt you

Q. I applied for a job and was turned down because of an almost 20 year old DWI (driving while intoxicated) conviction. Is

Parent may not be responsible for injury caused by child

Q. What are my legal rights as far as forcing the parents of a child my son was playing with to

UPDATE ON UPCOMING IMMIGRATION BILLS AFFECTING DREAMERS AND CRIMINAL ALIEN

It is important to be aware of the potential changes on U.S. immigration policy which could affect both the DREAMers as

Employer’s duty to accommodate disabled employees

Under both Texas and federal law, most employers cannot discriminate against an employee for an actual or perceived disability, no matter how minor

Federal Judge Blocks New Overtime Regulations

The last article referenced a change in the Department of Labor’s New Overtime Regulations that were to go into effect on December 1,