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New Birth Control and Religious Employer Rules Released Today

Trisha Barita February 1, 2013

Obama Administration (through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) releases proposed new rules on Friday, February 1, 2013, regarding what faces religous employers as they fight a battle at the United States Supreme Court regarding the requirements of providing free birth contral under the federal health care act.  Certain religion based employers have been concerned about how the… Continue Reading »


Contracts: Recognizing the Condition Precedent Requirement

Trisha Barita January 30, 2013

Many Texas Contracts have condition precedent language in them and recognizing your obligations or the other party’s obligations to perform a condition precedent is important to understanding the duties of the parties to perform under the contract.  When a condition precedent is nor performed by one party, it  can sometimes excuse the other party from performing at all.  As… Continue Reading »


NFL Sued for Wrongful Death by Junior Seau’s Family

Trisha Barita January 24, 2013

As we all wait in anticipation to see the million dollar commercials and whether the Baltimore Ravens or the San Francisco 49ers will take home the ultimate NFL prize, the NFL is getting some press for a different reason that is much less pleasant.  On January 23, 2013, Junior Seau’s family and estate sued the NFL… Continue Reading »


Lance Armstrong’s Potential Legal Woes From Oprah Interview

Trisha Barita January 18, 2013

Watching Lance Armstrong’s interview tonight was somewhat shocking even though many of us had already heard that it would be some type of confession.  He flat out admitted to doping during pre-2005 cycling races and Tour de France races.  This must come as some validation to the governing body of cycling named the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) who stripped Lance of… Continue Reading »


Any Privacy for Kate Middleton’s Topless Pics if snapped in the Lone Star State?

Trisha Barita January 3, 2013

Ever imagine Royalty tubing the Guadalupe River, boating in Lake Austin, or beaching in Galveston?  If Princess Kate had decided to spend her lovely vacation sunbathing with Prince William in Texas, then there surely would be some criminal action against the Paparazzi who snagged her topless photo.  What about smart phone pics grabbed at a distance of a scantily… Continue Reading »

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