Luxury Theater

Luxury Theater Chain iPic Files For Bankruptcy Protection

August 19 2019| News| | By Okin Adams

It seems news of retailers filing for bankruptcy protection is becoming quite common. Until recently, the growing popularity of online sales or a newer, more in-demand product hitting the shelves caused once-popular mega-chains or smaller brick-and-mortar storefronts to make the decision to close their doors. Now it appears that higher-end luxury retailers and “experience” providers…

Volvo Fighting Local Houston Dealership

Volvo Fighting Local Houston Dealership In Contract Dispute

When it comes to maintaining a business, keeping customer-facing facilities current with the changing times can sometimes be a daunting task. Failure to provide a modern and updated customer experience can affect sales and otherwise negatively affect a business’s prospects. For one Volvo dealership near Houston’s Memorial Park, it may also mean the end of…

Brick and Mortar Stores Struggling To Compete With Online Market

Brick and Mortar Stores Struggling To Compete With Online Market

June 26 2019| News| | By Okin Adams

For those involved in the retail industry, talk of bankruptcy has been fairly prevalent in recent months. In fact, according to Coresight Research, in 2019 alone at least seven major retailers have filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. While the impacts of and reasoning for these filings often vary, the struggle for many brick and mortar storefronts to compete with online competitors is apparent.

Houston Bankruptcy Attorneys

Boy Scouts Considering “All Available Options” Amid Financial Troubles and Lawsuits

June 12 2019| News| | By Okin Adams

It has been a rough year for the Boy Scouts of America (“BSA”). From facing an ongoing trademark infringement lawsuit filed by the Girl Scouts, to being the subject of several sexual abuse lawsuits, the organization has had to and will continue to pursue various levels of damage control. Unfortunately with legal matters like these, the financial burden can often be hard to bear—even for the most established entities.

Houston Business Litigation Attorneys

According to the Supreme Court of Texas, the Attorney-Client Privilege Remains Intact When Clients Are Expert Witnesses

When we consider the attorney-client privilege, we often think of the confidential and protected relationship between an attorney and client that exists to facilitate the free flow of information and effective legal representation. When cases involve businesses, litigation can involve complex issues relating to the client’s body of work, sometimes making the client the best subject-matter expert in the dispute. Based on a recent decision from the Supreme Court of Texas (the “Court”), attorneys are now assured that the attorney-client privilege is not waived when their clients are also their expert witnesses.

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