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Pay-If-Paid vs. Pay-When-Paid Clauses

Pay-If-Paid vs. Pay-When-Paid Clauses

Most general contractors and subcontractors are familiar with the two types of payment clauses that dictate payment of the two parties after completion of a project: pay-if-paid and pay-when-paid. A pay-if-paid clause is commonly referred to as a “condition...
How to Prepare for Impending Business Litigation

How to Prepare for Impending Business Litigation

As much as you have tried to avoid it, it now appears the business dispute that’s been keeping you up at night for the past several months is headed for a lawsuit. There are often strong indications that a lawsuit is imminent, such as ceased communication between you...

3 Product Defects That Lead to a Class-Action Lawsuit

Some defective products, like faulty brakes in a car, are immediately obvious. Others, like drinking water exposed to carcinogens or other harmful materials, can take years to surface. No matter the time it takes for a product defect to become apparent, all will fall...

4 Ways You Can Prevent Construction Disputes

Every construction project involves an array of different professionals from various trades, working under a project manager or contractor until the project is complete. The goal in every construction project is to ensure the project is completed without any issues....

Texas Personal Injury Law Basics: Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things someone can go through. Not only does coming to terms with your loss feel insurmountable, but add in the fact that their death was caused by the actions or negligence of another, and it can all become too much. In...

Don’t Want to Go to Court? You Have Options!

When faced with insurmountable issues, many people believe that a lawsuit is their only option. However, going to court can be time-consuming and expensive on both sides, and it isn’t guaranteed to yield the resolution you want. If you’re ready to consider options...