Blog & Legal Updates


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Jan 2019

11th Annual ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar Set for March 7th

The 11th annual ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar is set for Thursday, March 7th at the El Paso Community College (EPCC) Administrative Services Center. The theme for this year’s seminar is “Back to School: Making Complex Human Resources Issues as Easy as 1-2-3”. The seminar, which is designed for human resource professionals, managers, supervisors, executives, business owners, and in-house legal counsel, will cover a...

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10

Jan 2019

Lapse in Federal Funding Does Not Impact Most USCIS Operations

THIS NOTICE APPLIES ONLY TO EMPLOYERS THAT CURRENTLY USE E-VERIFY The federal government is currently shut down. This has resulted in the suspension of operation of many government offices and programs. The E-Verify program is one of the federal programs that is currently unavailable due to the lapse in government appropriations. While the federal government remains shut down, employers will not be able to access...

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Dec 2018

Notice of Key Issues for End of 2018 Legal Tax Planning

As many of you are aware, there have been many changes to U.S. tax law this year with numerous opportunities and pitfalls. To help you avoid the pitfalls and take advantage of the opportunities, we wanted to provide a list of tax issues you should be considering before the end of the year.


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Nov 2018

ScottHulse Attorneys Named to the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers List

ScottHulse PC is pleased to announce that eleven attorneys have been selected to the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers list. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no than five percent of attorneys in Texas. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a research-driven, peer influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected...

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25

Oct 2018

Creating A Security Interest In Your Tenant Security Deposits

By James M. H. Feuille, Associate Attorney Creditor’s Rights Section – White Paper – September 2018 In the words of Michael Scott, the infamous over-spender on NBC’s The Office: “I declare bankruptcy!” As a commercial landlord, those three words can be terrifying, but they do not need to be. Word of a tenant’s bankruptcy can fill a landlord with fear of the unknown – namely,...

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10

Oct 2018

Javier Lopez de Obeso Contributes to BN Americas article

October 10, 2018 Javier Lopez de Obeso ScottHulse Mexico licensed Attorney,  Javier Lopez de Obeso,  contributed on the article “Bright Ideas? AMLO’s Electric Power Plans”, a publication by BN Americas.  The article  provides  the insights of the Mexico’s president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador plans for the future of the country’s electricity sector. The article can be downloaded here.


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Sep 2018

ScottHulse and EPSHRM present Fall Employment Law Update

September 26, 2018 More than eighty attendees participated in the Fall Employment Law Update, presented by ScottHulse Law Firm in partnership with the El Paso Society for Human Resource Management (EPSHRM) on September 26, 2018. Labor & Employment attorneys from ScottHulse PC, a full-service commercial firm based in El Paso, San Antonio, and Las Cruces, presented topics specific to Human Resource professionals for the half-day...

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08

Sep 2018

Men Who Cook: Mesilla Valley Hospice Fundraiser

ScottHulse shareholder, Josh Dwyer, participated in the 11th Annual Mesilla Valley Hospice “Men Who Co” fundraiser in Las Cruces last month. The “Men Who Co” fundraiser is the largest single fundraiser for Mesilla Valley Hospice each year, with over 500 attendees. Josh and thirty-nine other male chefs whipped up some icious culinary dishes, from appetizers to desserts, to share with attendees from throughout the community,...

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Aug 2018

Procedure for Suspending Declaratory Judgments Pending An Appeal

Texas has long recognized the ability of parties to seek declaratory judgments in certain types of cases. A declaratory judgment is one in which the judgment declares the rights, status, and other legal relations between the parties. But assuming that a declaratory judgment is granted, what relief is available to a party who seeks to appeal the declaratory judgment and who wants to suspend that...

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Jul 2018

What’s An Executor to Do? General Executor Duties in Texas and New Mexico

In the context of estates and trusts, there is no important role than to serve as the person appointed to identify and distribute the deceased’s assets. The title of this person varies depending on the circumstances. For a trust, the person in charge of the assets is usually referred to as the trustee. For probate proceedings related to the estate of a person that...

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