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Dexter L. Thomas Investigation March 2019 Update-Dallas, TX

We are representing a large group of former clients of now decease, former financial advisor, Dexter Thomas of Dallas, Texas.

Consumer Litigation Law Center obtains large settlement for client in broker negligence and breach of fiduciary duty case

Litigation case by sellers of Commercial Property against Real Estate Broker, Real Estate Agent and Buyer for Negligence, Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Breach of Contract results in large settlement and default judgement for Sellers by Consumer Litigation Law Center

Getting To The Courthouse: A Primer on the Procedure of Challenging Real Property Tax Assessments

An overview of how to challenge real property tax assessments and avoid common pitfalls on your way to court.

Evaluation and Discipline of Employees

The purpose of this article is to cover ways for managers to successfully evaluate, discipline and terminate employees.

Let's Talk About: Should I Form An LLC?

One of the most common mistakes a business owner can make is failing to properly establish and maintain a business entity separate from their personal assets. By creating a separate business entity, the business owner or owners create a liability "shield" for the activities of the business and its employees. There are many entities available, but the most common entity formed is a Limited Liability Company ("LLC") that has the business owner or owners as "members" of the LLC.

Michigan Uniform Commercial Code Overview

A uniform commercial code overview.

California Mechanics' Lien Laws

Recording of a mechanics lien on a property can be a very effective way of ensuring payment from an owner for anyone providing either services or supplying material for a work of construction, or of improvement to real estate.

Can My Limited Liability Company Be Suspended?

A California Limited Liability Company may be suspended for several different reasons by different entities.

NEVER SETTLE FOR LESS: MULTIPLE INSURANCE POLICIES MAY COVER YOUR ACCIDENT

Has the other driver's insurance company offered to pay you policy limits? DO NOT SETTLE until you learn what other coverages may apply.

FLORIDA COURTS DISAGREE ABOUT ENFORCEABILITY OF INSURANCE ASSIGNMENT OF BENEFITS

Last year the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeals rejected an argument by the insurance company that not having the mortgage-holder sign an assignment of benefits made it unenforceable.

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