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January 2018 Issue
  • Winning Strategies Series: 10 Proven Steps Toward Quick Victory
  • Common Mistakes When Applying Stark's "In-Office Ancillary Services Exception"
  • Employers: Navigating the "Me Too" Movement
  • Your Unintended Audience

October 2017 Issue

  • Don't Let Allegations of "Fraud" Ruin Your Day (or Your Life Savings)
  • The Texas Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act: A Primer

June 2017 Issue

  • Divorce is Devastating. Don't Go It Alone!
  • Asset Protection and Limited Liability Company Planning - Part I
  • Sorting Out the Buy-Sell Agreement

January 2017 Issue

  • Forest Park Aftermath. Healthcare Providers: It's Time For a Checkup
  • FINRA: The Expungement Process
  • Expunge or Seal Your Criminal Record

August 2016 Issue

  • Non-Compete Agreements and Lawful Restraints of Trade
  • In The Spotlight - Copyright Opinion on Enforcement Actions
  • Remedies in Commercial Real Estate Contracts

Special Edition 2016

  • Puerto Rico - The Perfect U.S. Tax Resort
  • Robert Feiger and Richard Cahan

January 2016 Issue

  • Open-Carry in Texas
  • In The Spotlight-Teresa Guerra Snelson
  • The Benefits of Mediation
  • India Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

October 2015 Issue

  • Preventative Law
  • In The Spotlight-Lance A. Pool
  • Oil and Gas Lease Basics
  • The "Contractual-ization" of Personal Relationships

June 2015 Issue

  • Cybercrime is Coming to Your Company
  • In The Spotlight-Daniel L. Tatum
  • The Texas Citizens Participation Act
  • Intellectual Property 101

January 2015 Issue

  • E-mails, like Diamonds, are Forever
  • In The Spotlight-Marcos Ronquillo, Jose Gonzalez
  • Make Designating a Guardian your New Year's Resolution

October 2014

  • Is Your Company Media Ready?
  • In The Spotlight-Forrest Smith
  • Waiver: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace.

June 2014 Issue

  • Winning in Federal Court: Life After Iqbal/Twombly
  • In The Spotlight-Eric Friedman
  • Commercial Leases and Default Strategies
  • You've Been Served with a Subpoena! Now What?

January 2014 Issue

  • Beware of "Accidental Obstruction of Justice"
  • In The Spotlight-Martin R. Merritt
  • Covenant Not to Sue Negates Article III Standing
  • The Future of Alternative Dispute Resolution

October 2013 Special Edition

  • Healthcare Law
  • Is Your Medical Office Lease Safe?
  • Suspect Joint Ventures Under Stark Law and the Anti-kickback Statute

October 2013 Issue

  • Selling Your Business is Not Like Selling Your Home
  • Attorney Client Privilege

June 2013 Issue

  • E-Mail Privacy
  • Winding-Up and Dissolving A Business
  • "Oversharing" A Modern Parable: The Dangers of Oversharing in the Age of Electronic Evidence

May 2013 Puerto Rico Special Edition

  • Presenting Friedman & Feiger's San Juan Office

January 2013 Issue

  • Workplace Violence
  • Your Tenant is Late with Rent - Now What?
  • Bankruptcy Preferences
  • Whose Life Insurance Policy is it Anyway?

October 2012 Issue

  • We Never Give Up!
  • The ISDA Master Agreement: Borrowers Beware as These Become Mainstream in Retail Banking Transactions
  • Pitfalls in Responding to Claims of Discrimination
  • Involuntary Bankruptcy - To File or Not to File

June 2012 Issue

  • Preserving Electronically Stored Information ("ESI")
  • In The Spotlight-James S. Bell -Landlords Beware: Do Not Interfere with A Tenants' Possession of the Leased Premises
  • Characterization of Marital Property in Texas
  • Spousal Maintenance in Texas?!?!

January 2012 Issue

  • A New Year - Time to Update Your Estate Plan
  • Premarital Agreements
  • Wait. You Want Me to Pay Back What?!
  • Keep Your Trade Secrets Secret
  • Window of Opportunity for Gift Giving

October 2011 Issue

  • Who Wins with "Loser Pays" Legislation
  • Duties, Rights & Remedies Between Principals & Agents
  • Living Estate Planning Tools
  • Holding a Focus Group Before Trial Can Help You Win Your Case!

May 2011 Issue

  • Powers of Attorney
  • The Right Lawyers Can Get Your Day in Court Without a Trial
  • Don't Leave Your Entities Behind
  • The Beginnings of a Successful Partnership

January 2011 Issue

  • Facebook or Not to Facebook?
  • Tax Relief Act of 2010
  • Calculating Net Worth for Purposes of Posting a Supersedeas Bond
  • California Allows Search of Cell Phones Without Warrant

October 2010 Issue

  • Password Security (If I Tell You My Password, I'll Have to Kill You!)
  • Preserving E-Evidence for Litigation
  • So You Won A Judgment, Now What?

June 2010 Issue

  • The 11th Commandment: "Honor Thy Doctor"
  • Civility in the Law
  • Plan For Your Future (and Your Family's Future)
  • Privacy in the Social Networking Age
  • The Pitfalls of Intellectual Property Licensing
  • Tenants in Common
 

E-Blasts

 

 

  1/23/2018 Individual Changes in the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act"   Robert E. Feiger
  1/11/2018 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - Estate and Gift Tax Retained with Increased Exemption Amount - Exemption Amount Robert E. Feiger
  6/6/2017 Waiving Your Non-Waiver Rights W. Carter Boisvert
  4/26/2017 Consumer Protection Eric Friedman
  1/13/2017 Forest Park Medical Center Indictments: Why You Need a Healthcare Attorney to Review Your Contracts Martin R. Merritt 
  12/19/2016 Employment Agreements Ernest W. Leonard
  10/12/2016 Digital Estate Planning -What Can Be Done? Robert E. Feiger
  9/22/2016 Preventative Law Larry Friedman
  9/15/2016 Beware of Your Mailbox Richard P. Bobowski
  5/10/2016 Lost Profit Damages --- Demonstrated with Reasonable Certainty Michael D. Donohue
  3/4/2016 Why Hire a Lawyer to Prepare a Real Estate Purchase or Sales Contract? Joy H. Phillips
  6/30/2015 Open Carry: The New Frontier? Melissa R. Kingston
  6/4/2015 Follow Us on Facebook Friedman & Feiger
  5/22/2015 Physician Buy/Sell Agreements: Preventing Future Litigation Daniel L. Tatum 
  3/24/2015 The FLSA Overtime and Wages: Are You Covered? Jose L. Gonzalez
  11/20/2014 Friedman & Feiger Welcomes Our New Attorneys Friedman & Feiger
  9/11/2014 New Web Site Friedman & Feiger
  8/28/2014 Big Victory for Majority Owners in Texas Companies James S. Bell
  6/19/2014 Five Basic Documents You Should Have to Protect Your Estate Robert E. Feiger
  5/30/2014 The Real Reason Behind HIPAA Privacy Martin R. Merritt 
  5/27/2014 The Health Lawyers at Friedman & Feiger Are Ready to Help You with Stark Law Compliance and Health Care Investments Martin R. Merritt 
  4/15/2014 Act No. 20 of January 17. 2012, Also Known as "The Act for Promoting Export Services" - What Can Friedman & Feiger do for You? Christian Alcala
  4/2/2014 The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Shauna A. Izadi
  2/14/2014 Preservation of Evidence- What is Required in the Every Day World Marla Pittman
  10/14/2013 Please Censor Yourself. Would a Jury of Your Peers "Like" Your Personal Brand? James R. Krause
  10/3/2013 Selling Your Business is Not Exactly Like Selling Your Home Robert E. Feiger
  9/13/2013 Consider a Captive Robert E. Feiger
  8/2/2013 Protecting Your Biggest Asset: Your Medical Practice Martin R. Merritt 
  8/19/2013 Relocating Businesses to Puerto Rico Larry Friedman
  8/12/2013 Preparing For Non-Compete Litigation Ryan K. Lurich
  7/1/2013 Arbitration Ernest W. Leonard
  3/14/2013 Indemnity Clauses: Fair Notice of Negligent Acts Matthew S. Muckelroy
  2/18/2013 American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 Robert E. Feiger

 

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