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How to avoid visa problems this summer

By Christopher Elliott If you travel abroad this summer, look out for visa trouble. No, not the credit card variety. I'm talking about visas, as in travel permits. Visas are a hassle. They're expensive, complicated and arguably unnecessary. Worse, they can be a formidable roadblock — at [...]

By | June 9th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Comments Off on How to avoid visa problems this summer

H-1B Reform Could Make Tech Jobs More Competitive for American Workers

Exploited by outsourcing companies, the H-1B could change from being awarded on a lottery to a skills-based system By Emel Akan Indian software developer and entrepreneur Nischal Shetty at his office in Mumbai, India, in this file photo. India’s massive technology outsourcing industry employs [...]

By | June 1st, 2017|Categories: Client News|Comments Off on H-1B Reform Could Make Tech Jobs More Competitive for American Workers

How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work from Home

By Rebecca Knight   More and more people are working remotely, and many say it improves their productivity and satisfaction — while also saving them time and money. If you’re commuting to an office every day but would like to work elsewhere on a weekly basis, [...]

By | May 26th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Comments Off on How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work from Home

Addison heavy-hauling truck firm adds two more companies to its fold

By Paul O'Donnell May 8, 2017 Almost exactly a year ago, business columnist Cheryl Hall introduced our readers to an Addison business owner trying to corner the market in the specialty trucking business. At the time, Don Daseke, who made his first fortune in real [...]

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Tech tries to bridge the gap from handwriting to digital

By Michael Andor Brodeur May 5, 2017 MyScript’s Nebo is a handwritten note-taking app. It seems all my life there’s been hand-wringing about handwriting. There was, of course, my own literal version, when a team of nuns forced my chronically cramping left paw [...]

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Strasburger & Price Opens Office in Beaumont

By Brenda Sapino Jeffreys May 2, 2017 L-R David James and Mark Freeman. Strasburger & Price has opened an office in Beaumont with two lateral partners who do admiralty and maritime law. Mark Freeman and David James, both former partners at Stevens Baldo [...]

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