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How to Dissolve a Corporation in Texas

Whether you’re a shareholder, board member, or corporate officer of a C or S Corp, at some point you may realize it’s time to shut down. But there are specific steps to take. You can’t simply shutter operations and walk away.   If you’re wondering how to dissolve a corporation in Texas efficiently and properly, contact our Dallas corporate attorneys...

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How to Remove a Member From an LLC in Texas

People enter into business together to realize a common vision based on a common interest. The belief in success and hope in the future often overrides all other concerns and seems to be the salve for all potential disagreements. However, those days frequently come to an end and discord arises between business partners.  Conflict arises most frequently from disagreements...

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Texas Independent Contractor Laws

Have questions about Texas independent contractor laws? Contact the experienced employment lawyers at The Hunnicutt Law Group today: (214)361-6740 At the time of hire, many people do not pay attention to whether they were called an employee or an independent contractor. In fact, if they did pay attention they may have thought those terms were interchangeable and had little...

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Can You Get Fired for Not Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine in Texas?

COVID-19 has thrown the entire world into a heightened level of uncertainty and concern that touches almost every area of life. We have questions about our health, our rights, our relationships, and our jobs. With differing opinions regarding the advent of COVID-19 vaccines, we understand that many employees want to know, Can your employer fire you for not getting...

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The Four Elements of a Breach of Contract Claim

A breach of contract claim is the heart of almost all business litigation. The basic breach of contract elements require you to prove: If you relied on someone to do something they contracted to do and that person failed to do so, you may have a breach of contract claim. The Four Breach of Contract Elements The complaining party...

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Texas Whistleblower Act & Whistleblower Protection Overview

Are you a whistleblower in the state of Texas? Get your questions answered by an attorney ASAP. Call an experienced Dallas whistleblower lawyer at 214-361-6740 or contact us online with your questions today. If you are a public employee in Texas and you discover that your employer has violated state, local, or federal law, you may be wondering what...

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Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act Overview

The Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act (TUTSA) serves the purpose of defining trade secrets and providing guidelines and remedies to businesses whose trade secrets are exposed.  If you and your business need help understanding the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act and protecting your trade secret information, contact the attorneys at The Hunnicutt Law Group today. What Is a Trade...

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Understanding Shareholder Oppression in Texas

If you are suffering shareholder oppression in Texas because the majority shareholders in your company are treating you and other minority shareholders unfairly, contact The Hunnicutt Law Group today by calling (214) 361-6740. Owning and operating a closely held corporation can become contentious when you don’t have equal shares and an equal say. When a few owners have a...

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Hunnicutt Law Group Scholarship

Scholarship Winner Update Congratulations to Hannah Blair for winning the Hunnicutt Law Group Scholarship! We wish you the best of luck at Arizona State University. Hunnicutt Law Group is proud to represent the best interest of our clients in legal situations but also in life. We are dedicated to providing knowledgeable legal counsel that makes our clients’ lives easier,...

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Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Texas Overview

Dealing with a breach of fiduciary duty dispute? Get your questions answered by an attorney ASAP. Call 214-361-6740 or contact us online with your questions. Ethical and legal responsibilities are the cornerstones of fiduciary duty. Texas judicial systems place severe responsibility on those with the title of fiduciary. If someone has or may allege that you have breached a...

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