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Education & Juvenile Justice

Daly & Campbell have years of providing guidance to parents and protecting the future of children.

Expulsion & Disciplinary

Special Education

Disability Rights

School Mediation & Litigation

Juvenile Criminal Defense

What Texas Parents Need To Know

Family Settlement Agreements

The expectation of inheritance can often times bring out the worst in us. It is not uncommon for families to engage in all out war over property they did little to earn. In 1924, a Texas appeals court said, “Law suits between brothers and sisters over parental devises or inheritances almost invariably lead to bitterness and discord, and as a matter of public policy should be discouraged whenever practicable.” Many things in society has changed since 1924, however many things haven’t. When fighting over inheritance, we have represented family members in awful contested probate situations. Siblings hide property from each

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How to Setup an LLC in Texas: Overview

We enjoy nothing more than helping someone start a new business. When at the ground level of an endeavor, your first steps can matter the most. Selecting the proper business entity and structure generally concerns liability, taxation, governance and funding. If the business is not reliant on venture capital or selling stock, an LLC is an excellent option. LLC’s provide liability protection of personal assists. LLCs can elect to be taxed as a partnership or as an S Corp. LLCs do not have intensive governance requirements. How do you set up an LLC? Pick a name Pick a Registered Agent

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Texas Non-compete Agreements

Non-compete agreements are important to Texas business owners who understand the importance of protecting their?business goodwill, trade secrets, and other confidential or proprietary information.? It is also extremely important for business owners who invest their time and money in employees.? Without an enforceable non-compete agreement, a business owner can spend loads of resources on an employee who in a short time takes that training and experience only to start the same business as a direct competitor. While non-competition agreements are enforceable in Texas, these agreements must follow the following guidelines: The agreement must be ?ancillary to or part of an otherwise

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Employment Lawsuits: A Laundry List of Reasons to Sue or Be Sued

Work and employment related lawsuits are far more common than most people realize.? Employers and employees need more awareness about what can get them in trouble.? You should be familiar with some things in our list but maybe surprised by others. Discrimination Gender, Age, Race, National Origin, Religion ? Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. ? 2000e et seq. Age ? Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, 29 U.S.C. ?? 621-634. Termination while nearing retirement ? Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, 29 U.S.C. ?? 1001-1461. Race, color, national origin, religion and sex ? Texas Labor Code, Chapter 21, Texas Labor

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What Students & Parents Should Know About School Suspensions in Texas

Students have limited first amendment rights on campus.  Under Texas law, schools can suspend student?s for up to three days for almost any reason.  The Constitution requires that prior to a student being suspended, the student should be informed of the alleged misconduct and be given a chance to explain.  Texas law doesn?t require schools to follow the constitutionally required procedure.  The lack of required due process under Texas law is unconstitutional but a school district?s student code of conduct may provide for it.  The only requirement under Texas law is that the school make some minimum efforts to contact

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