Why Your Business Needs To Prepare For A Cyber Attack

Technology has dramatically changed the way we live our lives. Most of us have a smartphone, computer, or tablet within arms reach nearly all the time. Our increased reliance on technology to exchange and store information has created an infinite amount of data, but with it, an increase in cyber attacks and privacy related incidents. As technology and data has evolved, so has the ability of individuals to use the technology for nefarious purposes.

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Posted in no categories | Monday, April 22, 2019

Preventing Sexual Harassment Claims In The #MeToo Era With Proper Training

The #MeToo movement has been pivotal in exposing the abuses many people suffer both in and out of the workplace. The rise of the movement has helped expose areas where companies failed to implement protocols and training that could prevent and immediately address instances of reported sexual harassment. As the movement continues to help people find the courage to speak up, companies of all sizes need to proactively work to prevent instances of sexual harassment in the workplace as well as ensure protocols are in place if and when a situation arises.

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Posted in no categories | Thursday, April 11, 2019

San Antonio Truck Dealer’s Estate Fighting over Dueling Wills

In the event of a family member’s death, the process of probate – or the legal process that occurs in relation to the deceased’s assets and debts – can oftentimes turn contentious, particularly when there are large sums of money involved. When family members present different, competing versions of a will, the probate process becomes even more complicated, as is the case with the recent death of 79-year-old W. Marvin Rush II.

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Posted in no categories | Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Injury From Light Fixture Not Property Owner’s Fault

A resident of a Houston Housing Authorityc apartment complex filed suit against Tarantino Properties Inc., which manages the property. In the suit, resident Angela Carter alleged that under the legal theory of premises liability, property management should have known about an improperly installed light fixture that subsequently fell and cut her wrist. In order for a premises liability claim to have merit, however, the owner of the property must be aware of a dangerous condition and fail to...

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Posted in no categories | Wednesday, February 27, 2019