Month: September 2014

Designing A Credit Application That Works For Your Business (And Not Your Customer)

Few customers offer to pay in cash.  Most want some form of credit.  What credit you extend results from an objective and subjective assessment of the prospective customer’s credit-worthiness.  The steps you take to assess credit worthiness can mean the difference between a good paying customer and one who can, quite literally, put you out …

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You’re Not From Texas…But a Texas Court Wants You Anyway! Frequently Asked Questions About Litigating in Texas

We often collaborate on trial teams with lawyers from around the country.  Here are some of the questions we are routinely asked as we move through the life-cycle of a lawsuit.  Obviously, there are unique features to every case, or particular local rules, which may result in a different answer than is given here.  However, …

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