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Removing Customers: When Can A Texas Restaurant Ask A Patron To Leave?

Posted in Commentary, Employees & Waitstaff, Legislation, Litigation, News

Last week, the Washington Times published a very sad article. It reported that a Texas war veteran was kicked out of the River Side Inn Marina, which is a restaurant in Houston. The story stated that the veteran simply had a service dog that helped him with his post-traumatic stress disorder. For the full story… Continue Reading

The Top Five Consumer Myths About Restaurant Law

Posted in Employees & Waitstaff, Legislation, Liability, Recent Law Trends

One of the more entertaining aspects of restaurant law is dealing with consumer myths. We are consistently challenged by consumers over seemingly insignificant issues. However, for these restaurant customers, these issues are indeed significant, so we thought we would share their concerns. Whether you have dealt with these issues or not, this post should let… Continue Reading