Labor and employment attorney Erica Valladares participated in the San Antonio Bar Association’s Elementary School Reading program for Law Day. She went to Boone Elementary School in Northside ISD to…
The attorneys and staff of Langley & Banack showed their creative side on April 4th as they stood up to child abuse and supported Childsafe and their cardboard kid campaign. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and Langley & Banack is proud to do our part to end child abuse in our community.
In a recent Texas federal district court case involving the alleged breach of employment non-compete agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets, and other complaints, the Court dissolved the temporary restraining order (TRO) and denied the Plaintiff employer’s request for preliminary injunctive relief.
In Texas, a plaintiff filing a lawsuit pertaining to a construction project for damages arising out of the provision of services by licensed design professionals such as architects or engineers, must file an affidavit by a competent expert with the lawsuit supporting the claims against these professionals. Otherwise, the lawsuit will be dismissed.
Langley & Banack Shareholder Gayla Corley was recently awarded membership in the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association (NRRDA) and will attend their Annual Conference on March 6-8, 2019. Membership in NRRDA is limited to those attorneys who are regularly engaged in defending the hospitality industry.