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Tel: 210.250.6052
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Monica Velazquez Weighs in on What’s Next for Overtime Rules

Added on January 6, 2017

As seen in Corporate Compliance Insights. In November, a Texas federal district court issued a nationwide injunction temporarily blocking the implementation of the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) final Overtime Rules (OT Rules). To humbly borrow from Dr. Martin Luther King’s last book, we find ourselves asking, Where Do We Go from Here? Chaos or Read More…

Want to Sell Your Craft Brewery? Joe Struble Has Some Tips

Added on January 6, 2017

As seen in the Houston Business Journal. In July 2016, Tenth and Blake Beer Co., the craft and import division of MillerCoors, announced an agreement to acquire a majority interest in Revolver Brewing of Granbury. November 2016 brought the announcement that Anheuser-Busch InBev would acquire Karbach Brewing Co. of Houston. As the market for craft Read More…

Strasburger Austin Celebrates the Season!

Added on December 19, 2016

The Austin office of Strasburger & Price recently celebrated the season with clients, attorneys, staff, and friends. Click here to see photos from the festivities.

Katy David Provides Tips on How to Vet a Charity Before You Give

Added on December 2, 2016

As seen in the San Antonio Express News: “To avoid bad actors, Katherine “Katy” David, a tax attorney with Strasburger & Price in San Antonio, recommends a quick internet search before giving to any organization. That will also help you see if the group has received positive or negative press. It’s also worth checking out Read More…

Dan Butcher Discusses Post-Election Changes to the Legal Landscape

Added on November 10, 2016

Texas Lawyer featured Strasburger’s managing partner, Dan Butcher, in an article capturing the thoughts of law firm leaders on possible changes to the practice of law in the wake of the election. “With the election of Republican Donald Trump ending a divisive political season, leaders of Texas firms began to assess how the change in administration will affect Read More…


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