February 13

Government Contracts Case Study: Type II Differing Site Condition

Differing Site Condition (DSC) claims are common in government contracting. In the typical Type I DSC claim the contractor must establish that the condition it...

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November 30

Employment Law Update: Austin Wage Theft Ordinance

Austin is primed to become the third city in Texas to adopt a Wage Theft Ordinance, following Houston in 2013 and El Paso in 2015....

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August 24

Clarity at Last on the Texas Anti-Indemnity Act By Travis Brown

After a decade of silence from the courts, which questions have now been answered, and which still remain? Travis Brown, Principal in our Dallas/Fort Worth...

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July 13

The OSHA Incident Investigation Best Practices: Before, During, and After an OSHA Investigation

Safety affects the bottom line of a company’s operations. On average, employers will spend $120,00 on each workplace injury. A company must create a response...

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June 10

Ten Years of the Texas Anti-Indemnity Act By Travis Brown

Travis Brown, Principal in our Dallas/Fort Worth Office, presented "Ten Years of the Texas Anti-Indemnity Act: Where are we and where are we going?" to...

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September 08

Court Ruling on Pipeline Dispute Warns Contractors Against Using Work Stoppages to Gain the Upper Hand in Negotiations

Real Clear Energy’s recent article focuses on the case U.S. Pipeline, Inc. v. Rover Pipeline, LLC in which Cokinos | Young successfully defended Energy Transfer...

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August 02

The Good, The Dangerous, and The Unknown: Three Recent Employment Law Updates for Texas Employers

Between a change in power at the White House and a new Legislative Session in Texas, significant changes in employment law for companies here in...

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April 23

Copyright Trolling: Are you getting accused of copyright images? Hold off before you pay up.

Recently, we have received numerous concerns from clients in regards to copyright infringement due to images posted on their webpages or blogs. Law firms will...

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February 18

Travis County & City of Austin Updates

Travis County and the City of Austin have issued a handful of orders this week in response to the severe weather and COVID-19. Additionally, a...

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January 25

Going Virtual: A “How-To” Guide on Remote Meetings

As the world continues to operate remotely in 2021, businesses continue to adjust and evolve their corporate processes to accommodate COVID-19 gathering restrictions. If you...

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