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Fees at The Center of Texas Company’s Class-Action Lawsuit

Businesses in Houston and throughout Texas rely on their contracts to ensure they and their customers are treated fairly. This is especially true when there are unpredictable events that cause challenges. In contracts, there are usually details as to what will be charged for services. If there are allegations that rates were changed and fees were assessed when they should not have been, then it could be the basis for business litigation. Companies concerned about these issues should have a firm grounding in the law as they try to settle the matter and decide if a lawsuit is needed.

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What Is Regulatory Compliance and Why Does It Matter?

Any person with business experience in the Houston area probably realizes that forming a business and signing its initial contracts is only a critical first step in starting a successful enterprise.

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Roku Drops YouTube TV Amid Contract Disputes

As a Texas consumer, one may not fully recognize or appreciate all the business contracts and transactions that must be completed for them to enjoy the basics in his or her life. Whether it is an automobile, a home, food delivered to their doorstep, internet provider or television streaming service, it is successful business contracts that allow for them to occur or function as they were intended to. Thus, if an issue arises and contract dispute occurs, this could significantly disrupt the business parties and the consumers that rely on the product or service.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Partnerships

If you have decided to start your own business, one of the most difficult parts if that process is choosing what type of business to form. Many business owners decide to form a partnership, or a business run by two or more people who share profits and losses.

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Avoiding Common Issues in Employment Contracts

Contracts are the glue that hold a business together and allow a business owner to successfully run his business. A contract is a promise that is enforceable by law. When it comes to managing employees, a well-written employment contract solidifies the terms of employment in advance in a way that it is enforceable in the event of an employment dispute.

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How Businesses Can Resolve Breaches of Contract

There are many businesses in Houston. These businesses produce many different products and provide many different services both locally and around the world. While the products and services may differ, there are many aspects of running a business that these companies share. One is that they need to work with other companies in order to run their business. Companies may need to buy parts from other companies to complete their own products or buy services to help with aspects of the business they do not have time to attend to themselves.

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Does Your Company Need a Business Plan?

When a Houston area resident wants to start a company, it can be an exciting time. Coming up with a viable business plan is the dream of many. A person starting a business may wonder why they need to take the time to create a business plan. But there are several good reasons why a business plan is important.

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How Will You Try to Resolve Your Contract Dispute?

For many businesses in Texas, contracts are the bedrock of relationships with suppliers, vendors, marketing teams and customers – among many other potential business relationships. Each contract is usually unique, with unique parties and unique terms. And, unfortunately, it is not uncommon for disputes about contracts to arise from time to time. So, when a contract dispute arises and impacts your business, how will you try to resolve the issue?

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Succession Planning Needed for Small Business

According to estimates, 70 percent of family-owned businesses do not last into the second generation and 90 percent do not survive into the third generation. Family-owned, private, or owner-managed businesses should develop a strategic succession plan as part of their early business formation and planning.

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What Is Business Continuity Planning?

If the recent freezing weather and events from 2020 taught any lessons, it is that business must be prepared for almost anything. Many business organizations engage in strategic business continuity planning to create a system of prevention and recovery from potential threats.

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