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Texas Businesses Have to Report Data Breaches Within 60 Days, New Law Says

Businesses operating in Texas will now have to abide by stricter rules and reporting protocols when data breaches occur. These new requirements have been established by House Bill (HB) 4390, which fully took effect as of 2020. With this new Texas...

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College Employees Must Report Sexual Misconduct or Face Serious Penalties, Says New Texas Law

Senate Bill 212 Goes a Step Further Than Any Other States’ Laws Regarding Campus Sexual Assault Reporting. A new Texas law, Senate Bill (SB) 212, is paving the way for reporting sexual misconduct on university and college campuses. As the first...

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Dallas Restaurants Sue Insurers Over Denied COVID-19 Loss Claims

Business Interruption Policies Should Cover Coronavirus Losses, Restaurants Say A federal judge will soon decide whether Cincinnati Insurance Co. wrongfully denied a business interruption claim—and whether a Dallas restaurant group is entitled to compensation for losses stemming from forced shutdowns...

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Texas Supreme Court Finds No Intent in Overworked Trucker Case, Urges Change in Law

The ruling bars a family from pursuing a survival action, but it may close a loophole in the law. The family of an oil truck driver who was killed in a job-related wreck is not legally permitted to pursue a...

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