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EXPLAINER: CONTRACTS 101

EXPLAINER: CONTRACTS 101 This post was co-authored by Ryan Reiffert, San Antonio corporate & transactional attorney and  Evan Janssen, a student at St. Mary’s School of Law Background Contracts are no strangers at the Law Offices of Ryan Reiffert, PLLC. I assist with and review personal transactions, business agreements, government procurement documents, investment contracts, and …

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How to Purchase (or Sell) a Business Now in 5 Steps

How to Purchase (or Sell) a Business Now in 5 Steps So you want to purchase a business but you are not sure how to go about the process and close the purchase in the right way. LAW OFFICES OF RYAN REIFFERT PLLC has published this guide to help you in this high-stakes process. Based …

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COVID-19 Waivers: When to Use Them, How They Protect You (Or, How They Sometimes Don’t), and A Few Things to Watch Out For

Maybe you’re thinking “oh God, another COVID article”? And if your business is closed, or isn’t customer-facing, or etc., feel free to skip this one. But, if it’s not, this is timely stuff. I was recently quoted in Reuters and the NY Post, as well as a few other places, about COVID waivers (here and …

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Top 7 Questions to Ask Before Engaging a Business Attorney

Selecting corporate counsel for your business is an important decision – having the right advisor in your corner, who is not only a legal expert and a qualified attorney, but a true “counselor” as well, can be a critical component in protecting and growing your business. For an entrepreneur, a new business is a little …

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Manager Held Personally Liable for Company Contract Breach

The Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas (this court sits in Dallas) recently issued a decision that should serve as a cautionary tale and another reminder to be careful what you sign, and draft your contracts carefully, in PMC Chase, LLP and Steve Turnbow v. Branch Structural Solutions, Inc., 05-18-01383-CV (Tex. App. …

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