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The Rule Against Perpetuities is Alive and Enforceable in Oklahoma

Today we venture into Oklahoma, to be instructed on the Supreme Court’s treatment of the Rule Against Perpetuities. First, the Rule: No property interest is good unless it must vest, if all, not later than 21 years after some…more
| Business Torts, Commercial Law & Contracts, Energy & Utilities, Real Estate - Residential

New Overtime Regulations Frozen – to Death? What You Need to Know About the Overtime Rule Injunction Issued Nov. 22, 2016

On March 13, 2014, President Barack Obama issued a presidential memorandum directing the Secretary of Labor to “modernize and streamline the existing overtime regulations”. The Department of Labor (DOL) took action and, in new…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Labor & Employment Law

Selling Your Business: Top 5 Critical Deal Points

This is the fifth installment of a series discussing potential pitfalls affecting the intended sale by JR and Sue Ellen Pawlenty of their business Pawlenty Energy. Recently Tilting the Scales highlighted Successfully Selling…more
| Business Organizations

Presidential Privilege? Why Presidents Can’t Escape Litigation in Office

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past three weeks, you know Donald Trump was elected the next President of the United States. You also probably know that some of Mr. Trump’s companies are defendants in various…more
| Civil Procedure, Elections & Politics

Back to Basics: Trademarks Part 5

What do I need to do to protect my mark after it is registered? Unlike copyrights and patents, trademarks can last forever if you take the right steps. Once properly registered, you will have to file your first Declaration…more
| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property

Back to Basics: Trademarks Part 4

What Happens After My Application is Filed? After your application is filed, you should receive an email from the USPTO confirming the submission. In a few business days, the USPTO will confirm the application has the…more
| Administrative Law, Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property

Option Contract Ruling Reversed by Texas Supreme Court.

North Shore Energy v. Harkins interpreted an Option Agreement between landowners and a producer over a 400 acre tract. In football they would say the Texas Supreme Court pancaked the plaintiff. In the law, some would call it…more
| Business Torts, Commercial Law & Contracts, Energy & Utilities, Real Estate - Residential

Back to Basics: Trademarks – Part 3

Have you used your mark in commerce and what is the impact of that? If you are already selling your product or service with the mark on it, you are “using” your mark in commerce. As a result, you will need to provide proof…more
| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Back to Basics: Trademarks Part 2

Do I trademark my name, my logo or both? You can register just your name, your logo, or you can do both. The logo and the name constitute two separate trademark registrations and would require two separate payments to the…more
| Intellectual Property

Operator – Don’t Get Burned by Paying an Insolvent Contractor

Just received notice of a Texas subcontractor’s mineral lien? DO NOT continue to pay the contractor. He hasn’t paid the subcontractor. Think you owe nothing on the well on which the lien will be filed? Think what you owe the…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Energy & Utilities, Real Estate - Residential

Back to Basics: Trademarks Part 1

In the most general sense, getting a trademark protects your brand. A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of another. By…more
| Intellectual Property

What Your New President Will Do For or To You

We begin with a Rorschach test. As the big election day approaches, which candidate do you see in the photograph? Discuss among yourselves. Get ready for lots of musical interludes. The nation’s despair runs deep and wide,…more
| Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities

Mandatory Wage Exemption Changes

Gunner Gunter employs dealership manager Sayles and computer technician H. Packard (“Pack”) at Falconaire’s Fine Ford and pays these “white collar” employees $40,000 per year. In busy sales months, each averages 50-60 hours a…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Selling Your Business: Why Accurate Financials are Important

This is the fourth installment of a series discussing potential pitfalls that JR and Sue Ellen Pawlenty, who own Pawlenty Energy, should be wary of when they are trying to sell their business. Recently, Tilting the Scales…more
| Business Organizations, Commercial Law & Contracts, Finance & Banking, Mergers & Acquisitions

Texas Courts Continue Their Romance With Arbitration

The lessons in Craddick Partners Ltd. v. EnerSciences Holdings, LLC are three: Parties who have not signed an agreement to arbitrate have standing to compel arbitration; artful pleading to avoid arbitration won’t work; and Texas…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Business Torts, Civil Procedure, Energy & Utilities
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