Study finds Social and Legal Climate Contributes to Discrimination in Texas

The Williams Institute recently released a report that is startling. According to the report, the social climate and laws in Texas contribute to discrimination and stigma among the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community in society, employment, and even school. At a tedious time for Texas lawmakers currently considering a variety of anti-LGBT bills,… Read More

6 Tips for Drafting a Legal, Binding Contract

Americans draft contracts for numerous reasons every day. Unfortunately, many of these contracts are not legal or binding, which leaves the individual or business owner at risk should a dispute arise. While there are no specific legal guidelines for drafting a contract, there is no question that this process should be carefully thought out, and… Read More

Frequently Asked Questions about Business Litigation

At Daic Law, we find that clients often have many questions about what to expect in the business litigation process. To help our clients and readers get immediate answers to some of the most common questions, we have compiled this list of FAQs about business litigation. FAQs about Business Litigation Q: What is business litigation?… Read More

Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Personal Injury Cases

If you or someone you love has been injured in an automobile accident, you likely have many questions about how to move forward and “bounce back”. At Daic Law, we are often asked questions about the process of filing a personal injury lawsuit and managing a case. Below, we will briefly discuss a few of… Read More

U.S. Court of Appeals Rules Title VII Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit made a landmark en banc decision earlier this month when it declared that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. With this ruling, and rulings in the Second and Eleventh Circuit courts, it has been suggested that… Read More