Texas Statute Could Not Help Engineering Company, Because No Licensed Engineer Provided Services

In order to protect professionals from frivolous lawsuits, a Texas statute provides that lawsuits arising out of the provision of professional services (such as engineering or architecture) must include a certificate of merit.  That certificate must include a sworn statement by a qualified expert as to the negligence or other error committed; failure to file […]

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You Can Agree to Make a Contract Electronically Without Explicitly Saying So

In Texas, when the law requires a contract to be in writing, electronic communications can satisfy that requirement, but only if each party agrees to conduct the transaction electronically.  Even when neither party explicitly says that it has agreed to conduct transactions by electronic means, the context and surrounding circumstances can show that that the […]

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