Month: January 2016

Do I need temporary orders in my divorce in Fort Worth, Texas?

In a Texas divorce either party may ask the court for temporary orders to protect the people and property involved. Generally most contested divorces seek temporary orders. It is far less common in uncontested divorces and divorces in which the parties lack representation by Bedford, Texas or Fort Worth divorce attorneys. Temporary orders are a …

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In Loco Parentis FMLA Leave — What is it? Dallas FMLA lawyer answers

In loco parentis sounds like it means “crazy parent”. It is a Latin phrase that means “standing in the place of a parent”. It’s a legal doctrine in FMLA leave regulations. For FMLA leave the in loco parentis doctrine allows employees to take leave to care for an individual who has a parent-child relationship with the employee but …

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Vanguard funds targeted in new 401k excessive fee litigation

401k excessive fee litigation has been an active area of ERISA litigation for over a decade with 401k participants arguing the plan administrator–along with various other plan fiduciaries–breached the duty to prudently manage the investment options of the plan. Most of these cases argue the plan administrator failed to select investments with reasonable fees, particularly …

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Texas Open Carry Law and Your Employment in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas

On January 1, 2016 the new open carry law goes into effect across Texas. You may have seen coverage of the open carry protests around Arlington, Fort Worth, Dallas and other cities. Much of that coverage was over people openly carrying assault rifles. The new open carry law does not change the status of long …

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What is negligent hiring? Answered by a Fort Worth employment attorney

Negligent hiring is a claim against a business for an injury caused by the company’s failure to properly investigate its employees for fitness to perform the employee’s job duties and that failure resulted in the employee causing the plaintiff harm in the course of the employee performing his or her job duties. There is a …

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