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A General Contractor who failed to obtain the proper permits for a home remodel, and who then left an unfinished and poorly build structure on a homeowner’s property, was forced to return the vast majority of the contract price, along with attorneys’ fees, interest, and costs.
This month, Pete Reid was invited to be a guest speaker at the 4th annual Sports Law Symposium. The event, hosted by the Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law, took place on September 13, 2013 at the University of Texas School of Law.
An Austin hair stylist was sued by his former Salon for allegedly breaching a non-compete agreement, with the Salon seeking an immediate injunction to stop the Stylist working. Pete Reid Law defended the Stylist’s right to work and was successful in defeating the request for injunction at a contentious hearing in District Court.
After an individual was sued for defamation by a corporation following comments made on Yelp and CitySearch, Pete Reid Law, PLLC has had the lawsuit thrown out based on an individual’s right of free speech, with the judge sanctioning the corporation and ordering it to pay the individual’s attorneys’ fees.
Pete Reid has achieved success in the courtroom, in complex negotiations, in State and National legislatures, and in every other venue where talented legal advocacy is key to his clients’ interests.
A young Scottish attorney is at the forefront of a bitter legal battle concerning the building of the controversial “Ground Zero mosque” in New York.
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