Buy-Sell Agreements: Don’t Leave Home (Or Invest) in a Private Company Without One
The season finale of the hit reality TV show The Bachelor attracted more than 8 million viewers. My wife and teenage daughters help make up this devoted fan base, and watch every episode. Yet, when I question them about whether the subject of a pre-nup agreement has ever come up on the show, I get eye rolls, and comments like, “Dad, don’t be such a downer.”
What Is A Texas Partnership: The Answer To Come Soon In The Case Of ETP v. Enterprise Products Partners LP
The legal tension is building. Private Texas companies and their owners are awaiting a court decision that may force them to say “Howdy, Partner” to companies with whom they have no written partnership agreement. The case on which business eyes are focused is ETP v. Enterprise Products Partners, which is before the Dallas Court of Appeals after a jury awarded $535 million in early 2014.
Virtual Reality Goes To Court: Lessons Learned From The $500 Million Jury Verdict Against Facebook’s Oculus Division
The ink is barely dry on the half billion dollar verdict that a Dallas federal court jury returned last week for ZeniMax Media against Oculus, a virtual reality company that Facebook acquired in May 2014.