Employment Law in Texas

Employment Law in Texas

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The Dangers of Secretly Recording a Conversation to which you are not a party

In Texas you can record someone without their knowledge as long as you are part of the conversation. But there is no leaving hour cell phone in a room and leaving so you can hear or reco...
Jul 09, 2018 Mr. Roger Davie 5 min read

Preparing For And Attending An EEOC Mediation

This video will help you prepare for and attend an EEOC mediation. Should you agree to an EEOC mediation? Do you need an employment lawyer at your EEOC mediation? What should you ask for...
Oct 21, 2015 Mr. Roger Davie 14 min read

3 minute guide to choosing a lawyer

With so many lawyers how do you know how to choose a good lawyer? Roger Davie is a lawyer. Who will tell you how to choose a competent lawyer. This is an excellent. Idea that everyone sh...
Mar 17, 2015 Mr. Roger Davie 3 min read

Texas Unemployment Hearing

Texas unemployment. El Paso unemployment. Texas Workforce Commission. Unemployment insurance. Unemployment hearing. Denial of unemployment benefits. Wrongful termination. El Paso wrongfu...
May 22, 2014 Mr. Roger Davie 25 min read

Recording another person without permission

You need to understand that, under Title III, the defendant must have the intent to use the illicit recording to commit a tort of crime beyond the act of recording itself. So be very car...
May 22, 2014 Mr. Roger Davie 1 min read

Se ha lastimado en el trabajo? Lo han despedido injustificadamente? Roger Davie El Paso aboagado

Se ha lastimado en el trabajo? Lo han despedido injustificadamente? Roger Davie El Paso abogado de despidos injustificados y trabajadores lastimados. Certificado por la barra de abogados...
Jan 23, 2014 Mr. Roger Davie 1 min read

Roger Davie - El Paso Wrongful Termination and Employment Lawyer

Board Certified Labor and Employment Lawyer. Phone: (915) 838-1100. Have you been Wrongfully Terminated or Discriminated? Do you want to discuss a Work Injury or a Compensation issue? Ha...
Dec 02, 2013 Mr. Roger Davie 1 min read

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