A Recent Shift in Texas Minority Shareholder Oppression Law

Posted on Jul 31, 2014

A minority shareholder in a small, privately-held corporation is often vulnerable to being strong-armed by the majority owner or owners. For example, a majority contingent might deny a minority owner access to corporate books and records, withhold or refuse to pay dividends over the minority’s objection, terminate a minority shareholder’s employment with the corporation, or […]

Rules Regarding Preservation/Destruction of Evidence in Texas

Posted on Jul 18, 2014

In this day and age, businesses have at their fingertips all sorts of electronically generated information. With the popularity of smartphones and relatively inexpensive surveillance camera systems, businesses also have video records of events that may ultimately lead to litigation. Litigants and their attorneys are now making greater demands upon the opposing side to have […]