Month: April 2015

Do I have to sign that? A Dallas or Fort Worth, Texas employee’s dilemma.

From application to termination an employee often faces documents that an employer wants the employee to sign. These documents may be job applications, employee policy statements, authorizations to perform background checks, acknowledgements of receipts of policy documents, benefits paperwork disciplinary documents, acknowledgements of terminations, severance agreements, waivers of rights or claims against the employer and so on. …

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What is an assault in a civil trial in Texas?

Most people think of assault as a criminal offense in which a person physically attacks another person. Although assault is a crime in Texas, it is also a civil injury. By historical definition, what we call assault today was two types of claims: assault and battery. Battery is the actual offensive contact. Assault is an apprehension …

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Can I record video and audio at my workplace in Texas? Dallas employment lawyer answers

On March 3, 1991 a Los Angeles man led California Highway Patrol and later Los Angeles police on a high speed chase that ended in the driver and his passengers trapped in a corner. The passengers surrendered and an altercation occurred between the Los Angeles police officers and the driver. The driver, Rodney King, was …

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The Kielich Law Firm Podcast Ep. 6: Why You Need a Divorce Lawyer in Tarrant County, Texas

Today’s post is a link to my newest podcast episode. It discusses why you need a divorce lawyer for a divorce in Tarrant County, Dallas County, Denton County. In a number of other posts I have discussed some options to handle a divorce on your own; along with some of the dangers involved with handling …

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