1. Corpus Christi Business Insurance Coverage, Litigation and Pandemic

    In my March 16, 2020 blog post about enforcing contract performance, I wrote about force majeure and other contract clauses that, depending on your role in the contract, might help or hurt you. While writing that post, I started wondering when the first wave of inevitable COVID-19 related lawsuits w…Read More

  2. What are the Business Law Issues with the Coronavirus Pandemic?

    There are few corners of the world that have not become concerned, if not obsessed, with the evolving coronavirus outbreak. In the Coastal Bend, we’ve been fortunate thus far to have some of the lowest numbers of confirmed cases; however, it’s hard to say how things will play out in the coming m…Read More

  3. Avenatti Was Over $15 Million in Debt During Alleged Nike Extortion

    California attorney Michael Avenatti, known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against U.S. President Donald Trump, was more than $15 million in debt when he allegedly tried to extort as much as $25 million from Nike Inc (NKE.N), U.S. prosecutors claimed. Last week, Avenatti, …Read More

  4. Let Us Handle Your Construction Defect Claims

    Your home is likely the biggest investment you will ever make, and when you buy a home that has clear defects, it can be incredibly frustrating. At the end of the day, construction work that was done right and to the highest standards will stand firm while contractors that took shortcuts will be hel…Read More