Face Challenges Confidently


Monday, July 10th, 2023
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When someone has wronged you, it can be tempting to take them to court and sue them for every penny they’re worth, especially when it comes to your business. However, litigation has several disadvantages: it’s expensive, time-consuming, nerve-racking, and highly antagonistic. Consider alternative dispute resolution, especially arbitration, if you’re looking for a more civil (and […]

Friday, May 29th, 2020
By: Matt Sherwood and Tyler DiMarino Bella Palma, LLC v. Young Case Summary In Bella Palma, LLC v. Young, the Texas Supreme Court addresses when a trial court’s judgment is final and appealable when one party to a lawsuit alleges he was never served and the trial court’s judgment does not specifically mention him. The […]

Thursday, May 21st, 2020
By: Matt Sherwood and Kurt Taylor Loya Insurance Company v. Avalos – A New Weapon for Insurance Companies The “eight-corners rule” in insurance defense law states that only the four corners of the insurance policy and the four corners of the petition against the insured are relevant in deciding whether a duty to defend an […]