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Author Archives: K Moore

Tired of Commuting Downtown? Join a Great Firm in Frisco!

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Albin Roach, an established full-service law firm in Collin County, is looking to deepen its litigation bench with a talented civil trial attorney. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 3 to 4 years as a practicing attorney, and have experience conducting depositions and trying cases independently. Our relaxed, yet professional culture sets us apart […]

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Five Attorneys from Albin Roach Selected to the 2015 Thomson Reuters Texas Super Lawyers List

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Albin Roach is pleased to announce that five of the firm’s attorneys have been selected to the 2015 Thomson Reuters Texas Super Lawyers list. This prestigious honor, awarded to those who have demonstrated excellence in the practice of law, is limited to less than five percent of the attorneys in the state. For 2015, Laura […]

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We’re Looking for a Top-Notch Paralegal

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Albin Roach is looking for a top-notch family law litigation paralegal. As a family law paralegal, a typical day might include the following: Communicating with clients, courts, and opposing counsel effectively and professionally Drafting pleadings and discovery Preparing for hearings and trials Reporting to 3 or 4 attorneys in Albin Roach’s Family Law section Scheduling […]

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Butt-Dialers Beware!

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No Expectation of Privacy on Pocket-Dialed Calls The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that a person has no expectation of privacy in an inadvertent “pocket-dial” call. The decision was reported on July 21, 2015. In the case, the Plaintiff, a chairman of an airport board, had inadvertently placed a pocket-dialed call to the […]

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Non-Compete Agreements: Even Jimmy John’s Requires Them

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Often times, employers require their employees to sign non-compete agreements that are designed to restrict an employee’s post-employment competition. Typically, these agreements restrain employees from competing with the employer for a certain period of time in a certain geographic area. Non-compete agreements are most commonly found in employment contracts and are not limited to just high […]

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