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Videoconferencing at Open Meetings – Is It As Easy As It Sounds?

by David Klein and Maris Chambers Have any of you used Skype or FaceTime to communicate with a friend or family member, such as with your child when you are out of town? These twenty-first century videoconferencing innovations have… Read More

New Air & Waste Practice Group Chair

With Paul’s retirement, we are pleased to announce the election of Duncan C. Norton as the Firm’s Air and Waste Practice Group Chair, effective January 1, 2018. Duncan has been with the… Read More

The Lone Star Current

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We are pleased to announce our newly elected Principals

We are pleased to announce that James T. Aldredge, James F. Parker, and Nathan E. Vassar have been elected Principals of the Firm. We are pleased to announce that James Aldredge, James Parker, and Nathan Vassar have been elected Principals… Read More

“Exercise Caution When Issuing a Notice of Termination”

by Sheila Gladstone and Ashley Thomas It is not uncommon for employers, especially in the public sector, to issue a “Notice of Termination” in advance of a final termination decision. Notices of termination usually occur after the employer has… Read More

The Lone Star Current

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Employers are Required to Start Using the New I-9 Form Today

 Use the new I-9 Form for new hires and employees for whom an I-9 has not been completed The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, and beginning today, employers must use… Read More

Electric and Gas Utility Legislative Wrap-Up: Cities Win Some, Lose Some

by Thomas Brocato and Hannah Wilchar On May 29, 2017, the Texas Legislature adjourned sine die ending the 85th Legislative Session. More than 100 bills relating to gas and electric utility consumers were filed, with many affecting municipalities. Although… Read More

State and federal courthouses affected by Hurricane Harvey are officially closed

Clients and colleagues, if you do not have access to your email we want to inform you that state and federal courthouses affected by Hurricane Harvey are officially closed. The Texas Supreme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals have… Read More

“Legislation from the 85th Legislative Session Affecting Water Districts and Open Government Statutes”

by Stefanie Albright Legislation Affecting Water Districts Districts governed by the Texas Water Code (“TWC”), including, but not limited to, municipal utility districts and water control and improvement districts, may be affected by legislation passed during the 85th Legislative… Read More

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