A Texas Employer Can Seek a Temporary Injunction to Prevent a Former Employee from Competing with the Employer Pending Trial

/cdklawyers.com// 02/11/2012 If an employee subject to a non-compete agreement leaves an employer and goes to work for a competing business, the employer can sue the employee for breach of contract. But, as Dallas non-compete attorney Keith Clouse points out, by the time the case could be tried to a jury, any damage to the […]

Keith Clouse, Dallas Employment Law Attorney, Discusses Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Texas

/cdklawyers.com// 09/23/2011 The Texas Supreme Court recently ruled on an issue involving the Texas Workers’ Compensation Act. Keith Clouse, a Dallas, Texas employment law attorney, provides more insight into the Texas workers’ compensation program.   Workers’ compensation insurance provides coverage for medical expenses and lost wages for employees who suffer job-related injuries or illnesses. A […]

Many Employment Agreements Contain Choice of Law Provisions

/cdklawyers.com// 05/28/2010 Many high level executives, doctors and salespersons enter into employment agreements.  Usually an employment agreement contains a “choice of law” provision.  This provision conveys the parties’ agreement to apply the law of a particular state to any dispute that arises between the parties.  Because state employment laws can vary significantly, the parties’ choice […]