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Texas Arbitration Act & Rules Overview

Litigation is expensive. While it may not be readily apparent, litigation costs can add up very quickly. In some cases, attorney’s fees exceed the amount in dispute. One way parties may be able to bring the cost of litigation down is to avoid it through alternative dispute resolution (ADR). In Texas, arbitration is one of the most popular forms...

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How to Form a Corporation in Texas

As a Texas entrepreneur, starting a business is equal parts exciting and scary. Legal formalities like how to start a corporation in Texas can seem especially daunting when you are worried about how to make payroll. However, setting your business up with a firm legal foundation can help your business grow. In this blog post, the Hunnicutt Law Group...

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Do I Need a Business Lawyer to Start an LLC in Texas?

If you have a great business idea and know the business structure you will use to make your new venture a reality, you are on a great track. If you have decided to run a limited liability company (LLC), you might be asking, Do I need a lawyer to start an LLC? The State of Texas does not require...

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Elements of Fraud in Texas & When to File a Claim

Feeling like you have been taken advantage of is a terrible experience. In both personal and business dealings, no one wants to believe they have been defrauded. However, knowing the elements of fraud in Texas can help you know when you have a claim. If you think you have been a victim of fraud, Texas law may allow you...

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Texas Trademark Law

Whether you need to register a trademark or believe you have a trademark infringement case in Texas, we can help. Call us today: (214) 361-6740 A trademark is a brand’s identification and can be a useful part of any business. Before using or registering a trademark, it is important to understand how Texas trademark law works.  Please send us...

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Tips for Selling a Small Business in Dallas

For any Texas entrepreneur, the decision to sell their business is a major inflection point. When you go to sell your business in Dallas, ideally you’ll make more money than you spent to build it. And while you may desire to sell your business quickly, a fast sale does not always equal a successful one. Successfully selling a business...

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How to Start a Nonprofit in Texas

Texans passionate about helping their communities may be curious about how to create a nonprofit organization. Learning how to set up a nonprofit organization in Texas can be confusing. It requires navigating many state and federal laws. Our Texas business formation attorneys will review the steps to starting a nonprofit in Texas. Please reach us online or call (214)...

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Negligent Misrepresentation in Texas

Most people expect to deal fairly with one another and get what they bargained for. Unfortunately, there are individuals who play fast and loose with the truth, either to move transactions along or to get more than they deserve. At The Hunnicutt Law Group, our Dallas, Texas business litigation lawyers strive to uphold good faith and fair dealing in...

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Unjust Enrichment in Texas—Overview

A contract usually lies at the center of any transactional dispute. And in such circumstances, the courts look to the contract to arrive at a remedy and make the damaged party whole again.  However, in certain circumstances, a party receives a benefit at the expense of another and there is no contractual relationship between them. These are nuanced and...

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How to Sue a Company in Texas

If a Texas company has harmed you then you will need to follow certain specific steps to sue a business in a Texas court. The process is highly formalized and complex. However, in general, the process is divided into three distinct stages: pre-trial, trial, and post-trial. In this guide, our Texas breach of contract attorneys will discuss only the...

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