Archive

Family Law Matters

“I Got The Jeep And She Got The Palace:” Understanding What Is “Just And Right” When Dividing Property In Divorce
By: Lindsey Obenhaus, Family Law Attorney — Goranson Bain Ausley LLC

A Practical Guide To Probate Concerns And Issues When A Family Member Dies Without A Will
By: Dax Pueschel, Associate Attorney — Blizzard & Zimmerman, P.L.L.C.

Understanding The Roles And Responsibilities Of Court-Appointed Attorneys For Children In Texas Family Law Cases
By: Jeanne M. Huey, Managing Partner — Hunt Huey PLLC

The Unique And Important Role Of A CASA
By: Christine Tamer, Assistant Professor of Law and Assistant Director of Legal Writing — UNT Dallas College of Law

Same-Sex Family Law Challenges In Texas
By: Karri Bertrand, Attorney — O'Neil Wysocki Family Law

The Basics Of Protective Orders In Dallas And Its Contiguous Counties
By: Melissa Shultz, Assistant Professor, Director of Legal Writing — UNT Dallas College of Law

Small Business Matters

Working Together To Eliminate Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
By: Meagan Whitley, Attorney – Lee & Braziel, LLP and Megan Dixon, Attorney – Lee & Braziel, LLP

Immigration: How Does It Affect My Business?
By: Kelli Gavin, Attorney & Counselor – Richard A. Gump Jr. P.C

The Wedding Cake Case: Religious Freedom in the Workplace
By: Chad Baruc, Shareholder – Johnston Tobey Baruch

A Business Owner’s Guide to Hiring a Lawyer
By: Christine Williford Metcalf, Partner – Locke Lord LLP and Jayde Brown, Associate – Hunton Andrews Kurth

Tax Advice for Non-Profit Groups From Someone Who’s Been There
By: Jodi Today, Co-founder – North Texas Strive

Employee Visas
By: Tiffany Lam-Bentley, Associate – Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

Criminal Activity and Liability

Rules of the Road: Using Ride Sharing Apps
By: Paul Wingo, Partner – Hamilton Wingo, LLP and Fabiola Segovia, Chief Reporter (2016-2017)

Watching the Detectives: Law Enforcement’s Use of Social Media and Civil Liberties Concerns
By: John G. Browning, Shareholder – Passman & Jones, PC

Expunction: Myths vs. Reality
By: Tim Cole, Assistant Professor of Law – UNT Dallas College of Law

Help is Available for Victims of Revenge Porn
By: Kenton J. Hutcherson, Attorney – Hutcherson Law, PLLC

For Your Eyes Only
By: Travis Wiles, Chief Felony Prosecutor – Dallas County District Attorney’s Office

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