Contract preparation, review and negotiation
Lien and bond claim
Construction and general commercial litigation
Construction defect litigation
Business entity formation
Best business practices
EMPLOYMENT GONE WRONG: MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR THOSE EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE BECOME A STUMBLING BLOCK TO YOUR SUCCESS. Our employees are our greatest asset and oftentimes the greatest single source of our headaches. How do you keep great employees, and what do you do with the ones who aren’t so great? Karen Ensley of Cutler-Smith will offer her insights on successful employee management, and what to do with the problem employees who cannot be rehabilitated. Ricky Locke of Independent Insurance will preview various insurance options to manage liabilities associated with employees and their sometimes crazy decisions. Wednesday, August 24, 2016, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, 12770 Merit Drive Training Room, Dallas, Texas 75251. We hope to see you there.
Cutler & Smith, P.C. is a business law firm, started in 1998 to provide quality legal representation to our clients. We have a proven track record of providing our clients with the tools and education to help avoid a dispute. However, when a dispute does arise, our experienced attorneys know how to effectively and efficiently get our clients the best possible results.
Although a general business law firm, from its earliest days, our practice and our passion is representing commercial trade and specialty subcontractors in all types of civil litigation matters. We have been retained in disputes involving construction defects, design defects, engineering defects, indemnity claims, change order disputes, fee disputes, contract actions, personal injury, and insurance disputes, construction delay, employment, and other corporate, commercial, construction, contractual, and business related disputes.
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