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Choice of Law in Texas Injunction Hearings

January 15, 2016 / By Robert Wood
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Choice Of Law in Injunction Hearings In a prior post on Choice of Law in Texas Noncompete Litigation, we discussed the need for a well-thought-out choice of law provision in noncompete agreements.  The courts have again highlighted the importance of this, but this time, it is within the context of temporary injunctions. Cameron International Corporation…

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Borrowed Servant Doctrine: Risks Associated with Asserting Control

January 14, 2016 / By Robert Wood
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Temporary workers (“temps”) are a part of many businesses.  Some companies use temps to fill a void left while an employee is on leave, others utilize temps in determining whether or not to offer a permanent position, and still others have temps as part of their everyday business functions.  No matter what the reason is,…

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