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The Top 7 Things To Consider Before Buying A Restaurant

Posted in Acquisitions, Alcohol, Contracts, Corporate Entity, Employment, Intellectual Property, Liability, Litigation, Real Estate

There are so many things to consider when buying a restaurant that we decided to break that list down to just seven issues. If you only look at these issues, you should avoid most of the big hazards when you buy your next restaurant. Now, this assumes that you have some idea of the restaurant… Continue Reading

Restaurant Non-Competes: Are They Worth It?

Posted in Contracts, Employees & Waitstaff, Employment, Liability, Litigation, Recent Law Trends

A funny thing happened recently. When Lauren Drewes Daniels at The Dallas Observer featured TexasRestaurantLaw.com last week at this link, a controversy ensued between folks that commented on the article. The dispute involved whether non-competes were valid and enforceable in Texas. Apparently, it is a common myth that non-compete agreements are not enforceable in Texas,… Continue Reading

Are Your Waiters And Managers Stealing You Blind?

Posted in Employees & Waitstaff, Employment, Franchises, Franchising, Liability, Litigation

As I’m sure you already know, theft is one of the absolute biggest problems that restaurant owners face. You started your restaurant to have more time, but now that’s eaten up by watching all of the employees constantly. The problem is further compounded by the fact that even if caught, you’re not likely to ever… Continue Reading

Is Your Restaurant Business Down? 5 Things Not To Do

Posted in Contracts, Corporate Entity, Employment, Franchises, Litigation, Negotiation, Real Estate, Recent Law Trends, Vendors

It’s no secret that many restaurants are suffering from the current recession, which is hopefully going to end soon. As a result, many restaurant owners are faced with the dilemma of “who to pay” when there’s not enough funds to pay everyone. In situations like these, it’s easy to make a misstep. With that in… Continue Reading

The Best of TexasRestaurantLaw.com 2009

Posted in Acquisitions, Alcohol, Commentary, Contracts, Corporate Entity, Employment, Franchises, Immigration, Intellectual Property, Legislation, Litigation, Negotiation, News, Recent Law Trends, Vendors

  We couldn’t close out the year without a “Best of 2009″! Here’s the best TexasRestaurantLaw.com content of the year, based on your enthusiasm via comments, links, and retweets. We thank you all for your continued support! Let’s get started: Recent Nutrition Law Trends – This will likely be a continued source of legislation on… Continue Reading

How A Late Night Email Could Put You In Jail

Posted in Commentary, Employment, Litigation, News, Recent Law Trends, Vendors

No matter what industry you are in, many of us are responsible for hundreds of emails per day. Each of those emails can become permanent records of what you are thinking, doing, or planning. Email errors can sometimes cause only minor disagreements, for which you can apologize and move on. However, in the most severe… Continue Reading

Free Guide On How To Fire Employees

Posted in Employment, Litigation

  How do you “legally” fire employees? Don’t know where to begin? Don’t you wish that this type of information was all in one place and provided in an easy to read format? To address these questions and with the very gracious permission of some fantastic employment attorneys, we’re offering a new guide called “You’re… Continue Reading