If you hold an executive position, the hardest aspect of your job may be having to terminate someone’s employment. And the more responsibility that person has, the more complex saying “you’re fired” can be.
Running a business is not an easy task, and it relies heavily on the cooperation of others, especially when work agreements have been made. Unfortunately, some Texas business owners may have more work cut out for them when clients or customers do not pay their outstanding balances. In some cases, legal action may be necessary when it comes to business collection.
Commercial property owners have a substantial number of tasks to handle. If the owners manage the property and act as landlords, they may find themselves facing disputes with their tenants from time to time. While some issues may be easily resolved, others may require litigation.
A food chain that trademarked its name set off a series of discussions about intellectual and cultural property that prompted another state to take action. While intellectual property might seem clear-cut in Texas, there can be complicating factors. For example, trademarking something of cultural significance might not be as effective as some people hope.