If you own a business in Texas, you understand the importance of staying competitive in the market. While competition is welcome, there are certain practices that can improperly interfere with a business and its ability to make money. When this occurs, the business can sue for tortious interference.
Business lawsuits surface for multiple reasons, such as disgruntled workers and angry customers. Sometimes, these cases can be particularly complex, such as those which involve companies and business partners that are located in other countries. If you are a business owner and are struggling with international litigation, it is essential to not only go over the details of the case closely but have a solid understanding of how the international nature of the dispute could impact the outcome of the case and your business.
Businesses in Texas are constantly trying to figure out new and up-to-date advertising methods to draw in more customers. The internet has become a major medium for advertising and marketing, and companies need to understand the rules surrounding this type of advertising so they do not break any laws.
Legal action can arise over a number of incidents in the workplace, from allegations that an employee was sexually harassed to discrimination. However, when a worker becomes injured, the accident can create challenges for both the injured worker and the company which employs them. In some instances, an employer may even face litigation following a workplace accident, such as a slip-and-fall incident. Moreover, an employer may run into problems as a result of other violations related to the accident, such as retaliating over an employee’s workers’ comp claim or refusing to permit an employee to seek medical attention.
If you are a Comcast customer, you may have used an app that lets you schedule your DVR from your mobile device. The capability to use your phone in that way was the subject of a lawsuit between Comcast and TiVo. It was heard in front of the U.S. International Trade Commission and the ruling issued has important repercussions for intellectual property law.