A quick internet search for Texas small business lawyers near Cedar Park or Austin, TX, will likely yield more results than you can count. So how do you start your search and narrow down the results to find the best one for you?
Finding a great attorney is no easy task, but there are always things you can look for to find the right one for you. When hiring a Texas small business lawyer, look for someone with:
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Joshua Massingill, Attorney at Law, has dedicated most of his practice to helping Texas businesses with their legal needs.
It’s not uncommon for a law firm to tout itself as a “Jack of all trades.” However, that’s not what you’ll get at our firm. We pride ourselves on having an entire practice area focused on providing legal assistance to our business clients. We are experienced in this area and will always do what we can for business owners in need.
Additionally, we are proud to offer a number of offerings that we believe set us apart from other local firms including:
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If you want to know more about how a Texas business attorney can help your small business, call Massingill Attorneys & Counselors at Law today.
Business law can be complicated, but making it simple is our superpower. Our team of attorneys has experience helping small businesses with every facet of their legal needs. We are confident that we can help you too.
Contact us today online or by phone at 512-337-4398 for a free consultation to learn more and see what we can do for you.
Joshua Massingill recently spoke to CBS Austin to explain Texas’s new Senate bill prohibiting businesses from requiring customers to show proof of vaccination.
Amidst the continuing pandemic, some Texas businesses are asking patrons to prove they are vaccinated before entering the place of business.
However, Joshua laid out why businesses cannot, under the new legislation, require proof of vaccination.
Under Senate Bill 968, Texas local governments are not allowed to issue vaccine passports, Joshua explained in the interview.
He also covered that local businesses are prohibited from requiring vaccine passports under the bill.
He said that businesses cannot use the lack of vaccine proof to deny people access to their business or to receive service from the business.
Joshua also detailed possible consequences of requiring proof of vaccination and not following the law. One of these repercussions is potentially losing one’s business license.
Some businesses have revoked their vaccination proof requirements after learning of the law. However, others have said they will continue to enforce their guidelines for now.
The interview aired on August 12, 2021. See Joshua’s full interview here.