Real Estate Development Law

What is Real Estate Development Law?

The folllowing article was submitted by Rick Daley, author of Real Estate Development Law and is featured in ALI-CLE’s The Practical Real Estate Lawyer. I have spent the last 40 years practicing and teaching what I have always referred to as “real estate development law.” I have even written two editions of a textbook entitled…

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How Employers Can Avoid Severance Agreement Disputes

Whether voluntary or involuntary, the ending of an employment relationship brings a period of uncertainty for the employee, and exposes the employer to the possibility of retaliatory litigation. A properly drafted severance agreement can ‘keep the peace’ by giving the employee the consideration that provides stability, while shielding the employer from future claims. American Law…

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Disenfranchised Law School Graduates Fight for Recognition

Disenfranchised Law School Graduates Fight for Recognition

Two years ago, Texas A&M University System (A&M) purchased Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (TWU) and renamed it the Texas A&M University School of Law (TAMU). TAMU refuses to recognize pre-acquisition graduates as its alumni; specifically, TAMU is refusing to reissue them degrees under the new law school name. That means that the 3,000+…

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