Branscomb Law Supports Corpus Christi Young Lawyer’s Association
This month, BRANSCOMB LAW is sponsoring “Burgers with the Bench,” which will take place at 4:00 p.m. on June 16, 2016, at Railroad Seafood Station. To learn more about the organization, follow them on their Facebook page.
The Accommodation Doctrine and Dominant Estate Rulings Regarding Groundwater
The Accommodation Doctrine and Dominant Estate Rulings Regarding Groundwater (Coyote Lake Ranch, LLC v. The City of Lubbock) A Landmark Groundwater Case On May 27, 2016, in the case of Coyote Lake Ranch, LLC v. The City of Lubbock, the Texas Supreme Court held that groundwater estates are governed by the “accommodation doctrine.” This is […]
Branscomb Law Supports Citizens for Educational Excellence
BRANSCOMB LAW is a participating sponsor in the June 16, 2016 Leading by Example: Educational Advocate Awards being held at the Al Amin Shriners Pavilion in Corpus Christi, Texas. For more information about the organization, visit their website.
Susana Canseco, Texas Real Estate and Water Law Attorney
Author Jillian Beck featured Susana Canseco, a real estate and water law attorney with BRANSCOMB LAW, in the June 2016 issue of the Texas Bar Journal. Susana Canseco has spent many mornings and afternoons surveying her cattle as they graze on grassy pastures lined with rows of pecan trees. It’s a stark contrast to most […]
Don’t Fall Prey to an Incomplete Overtime Exemption Analysis
The Department of Labor’s (DOL) final rule increased the levels of salary required to be paid to employees to qualify for certain exemptions from overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Some employers have mistakenly interpreted the DOL’s final rule as setting the only standard for overtime exemption, believing that if the minimum salary […]