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June 5, 2023
  Dallas, TX (June 1, 2023) — Chambers USA named Cowles Thompson to its 2023 list of law firms noted for Commercial Litigation in the Dallas-Fort Worth and surrounding areas. This is the second year that Cowles Thompson has been […]
By: Staff
Category: Updates, Honors
May 9, 2024
Employment attorneys, Brian Farrington and Casey Erick explain the recent FTC final rule banning most Non-Compete Agreements, the Effective Date, and whom it affects.
By: Brian Farrington
Category: Employment Law, Business Law
May 6, 2024
After some delay, the EEOC issued its final regulation on April 15, 2024 (the regulations go into effect on June 18, 2024). In the regulations, the terms “childbirth, or related medical conditions” include “having or not having an abortion.” 29 CFR 1636.3(b). Labor and Employment attorney Brian Farrington explains.
By: Brian Farrington
Category: Employment Law
April 30, 2024
Bill Siegel looks at the In re Cyber Litigation and whether a Controlling Director's intent to defraud can be imputed to the Innocent Directors of a company's Board of Directors.
By: Bill Siegel
Category: Bankruptcy, Business Law
April 30, 2024
Labor and Employment attorney Brian Farrington explains the recent Department of Labor changes to the Salary Test for Exempt employees.
By: Brian Farrington
Category: Employment Law
April 29, 2024
Attorney Hunter Ralston explains the One Day/One Trial process and the benefits for employees and employers.
By: Hunter Ralston
Category: Commercial Litigation
April 25, 2024
The Corporate Transparency Act requires most small corporations, companies and limited partnerships to register "beneficial ownership information" with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
By: Bill Siegel
Category: Corporate Law, Business Law
April 25, 2024
While divorced fathers generally see their children less during the school year (than do divorced mothers), summer provides a great opportunity for fathers to spend more quality time with their children. Family Law attorney Jack Beesely explains the Summer Possession Period and options in Texas.
By: Jack Beesley
Category: Family Law
March 28, 2024
Employment Law attorney Brian Farrington, who previously worked at the Dept. of Labor Wage and Hour Division, explains the 32-Hour Workweek Act - introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders.
By: Brian Farrington
Category: Employment Law
March 27, 2024
Bill Siegel discusses the Fifth Circuit holding in Raymond James v. Jalbert (In re: German Pellets La., LLC) - and the consequences for a creditor who opts to "sit on the sidelines" of a bankruptcy.
By: Bill Siegel
Category: Bankruptcy
March 27, 2024
Every Spring, Appellate attorney Mike Northrup provides his statistical analysis of the Supreme Court of Texas for the prior year. Here are his findings for 2023.
By: Mike Northrup
Category: Appellate