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Beware of the Top Three

We all know the top three to five “results” from virtually any web search are sponsored ads.  Type in “airlines,” for example, and the first four results are travel services like Expedia.  The largest airline in the world, American, shows up fifth. Most folks booking a flight are not going…

09/17/2018 Articles


What is Title Insurance Anyway?

If you have purchased or refinanced a home, you likely bought buy title insurance.  So what exactly does title insurance cover and who does it protect? In short, title insurance protects against problems affecting the title to your home. You may think having a serious problem with your title is…

03/28/2018 Articles


What Does the End of Net Neutrality Mean?

On December 14, 2017 the Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-2 vote along party lines, voted to end net neutrality – regulations enacted during the Obama administration designed to keep the internet fair and open to everyone. The FCC reached its decision despite public outcry and opposition, including the opposition…

12/15/2017 Articles


Senate Votes to Screw Consumers

Senate Votes to Screw Consumers in Bank and Credit Card Abuse Cases On October 24, 2017, tens of millions of Americans lost a key protection against abuse by bank and credit card companies when Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote in the Senate to repeal a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau…

11/27/2017 Articles


Voter ID or Voter Suppression?

Back in 2011, Texas lawmakers passed one of the strictest voter identification laws in the country. This original law was successfully challenged in court, and was found to improperly discriminate against voters by race. The Texas Legislature has since tried to change the law to address these findings, but the…

11/06/2017 Articles


Texting & Driving. Illegal in Texas.

Texting and Driving is Now Illegal in Texas, But, Tap The Brakes, is The Law Enforceable? As of September 1st, texting while operating a motor vehicle is illegal in Texas.  An offense is punishable by a fine of $25.00-$99.00 for first time offenders, with fines increasing to the range of…

09/10/2017 Articles


Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey

Accused of Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey? Have you or your company been accused of price gouging under §17.46(b) of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act? The Texas Attorney General defines price gouging as 1. Selling or leasing fuel, food, medicine or another necessity at an exorbitant or excessive price;…

09/10/2017 Articles


The Employment Corner

Despite the fact that employers have grown far more sophisticated and are much more careful in publishing workplace policies to protect themselves and their employees, there is one area that most employers don’t think about – what happens outside of the workplace or during an employee’s “off” time. Although it…

12/22/2016 Articles


Starting a Business with Others?

Starting a Business with Others? Plan Ahead to Avoid Being Stuck to Your Former Best Friend When starting a business, many individuals realize the importance of creating a new business entity (corporation, limited liability company, or limited partnership) to reduce and eliminate personal liability for unexpected events and unfortunate outcomes.…

08/17/2016 Articles


Personal Bankruptcy Primer

A Fresh Start – Gibson Law Group’s Personal Bankruptcy Primer Introduction The personal bankruptcy process is designed to afford the honest, hardworking individual a financial “fresh start.” The Bankruptcy Code (the “Code”) enables you to receive a discharge for most, if not all, of your debts while retaining as many…

08/10/2016 Articles


Workplace Discrimination

Workplace Discrimination – Information You Need to Know All claims of prohibited discrimination are enforced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).  This federal agency continues to expand and redefine the public’s understanding of discrimination, but generally the EEOC investigates claims of discrimination that involve: Unfair treatment based on…

08/10/2016 Articles


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The Gibson Law Group Named Law Firm 500 Honoree

The Gibson Law Group Named a 2018 Law Firm 500 Honoree for Fastest Growing Law Firms in the U.S. Our team at The Gibson Law Group is dedicated to providing excellence in customer service resulting in many happy clients. In so doing so, our commitment and focus has taken us…

10/22/2018 News


Be Prepared to Vote in November

Be Prepared To Vote In November 11/06/2018 In order to vote in this November’s midterm election, you must meet the following eligibility requirements: United States citizen Resident of the county where you submit the application At least 17 years and 10 months of age at the time of registration At…

06/27/2018 News


Announcing New Of Counsel

The Gibson Law Group Is Excited to Announce that Aaron R. Miller and Nida Nadir Have Joined the Firm as Of Counsel. “We are thrilled to welcome Aaron Miller and Nida Nadir as important additions to our firm as we continue to grow our team of talented attorneys to enhance…

06/25/2018 News


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Newsletter – October 2018

Meet Aaron Miller, Our New Of Counsel As a lawyer, I know a lot about the law. That might seem pointless to say, but some of my clients tend to forget that I can be a resource to them during their case process. I also tend to forget that my…

10/08/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – September 2018

Meet Aaron Miller, Our New Of Counsel Back in 2007, long before I met David Gibson, I was still practicing commercial litigation law — the same discipline David and much of The Gibson Law Group deals with today. Though I enjoyed it initially, there was a moment when I suddenly…

09/10/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – August 2018

Meet Nida Nadir, Our New Of Counsel! It's amazing, in our line of work, all the little things you get to do for regular people just trying to get by. Recently, I had an electrician come to me for help. He'd been slapped with a judgment against him to the…

08/10/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – July 2018

David Gibson's Midsummer Trip to Alaska Last month, instead of our usual annual trip to Honduras, my wife, mom, stepdad, and I journeyed to cooler climes to escape from the heavy Texas heat. My brother and his wife own a vacation home 65 miles outside of Anchorage, on the edge…

07/06/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – June 2018

Senior Attorney J.D. Milks on His Competitive Spirit Before the idea of becoming a lawyer had even popped into my mind, I was a fierce competitor on the field of my high school football team. Since I was little, I've lived for the thrill of competition — doing everything for…

06/06/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – May 2018

Why David Gibson Thinks His Mom Could’ve Been President My Mom is a force of nature. As a business owner, college valedictorian, ex-mayor of New Braunfels, and woman with a list of accolades so long that I can't fit them in this article, she's one of the most impressive people…

06/05/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – April 2018

Attorney Reagan Herod's Unlikely Path to Law I grew up in an extended family full of attorneys. In an attempt to carve out my own path and avoid the "family business," I resisted going into law for years and studied accounting for my undergraduate degree. But like so many other…

04/01/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – March 2018

David Gibson Swims With Sharks When I was still a young lawyer, a co–worker who happened to be a dive master made me an offer I couldn't refuse. She and her family were headed to a little island off the coast of the Mayan peninsula called Cozumel, home to the…

03/01/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – February 2018

A Nation built by immigrants In 27 years of practicing law, I've been privileged to work with clients from literally all over the world, from Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America to places as mysterious and exotic as California and New York. They come from ... CONTINUE READING what you…

02/01/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – January 2018

  A Firm Founded on Personal Relationships Well 2018 is here, and I'm happy to say we all made it through what, for many, was one of the craziest years in memory. Though my New Year's resolution this year is "to make no further New Year's resolutions," I still admire…

01/01/2018 Newsletter


Newsletter – December 2017

The Privilege of Serving Real People As an attorney who works with small and mid–size business owners from all walks of life, I consider it a privilege to represent each and every one of my clients. I'm lucky to be able to serve real people whose businesses are on the…

12/01/2017 Newsletter


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