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May
12

Preventive Legal Care: Relatively Simple Things Make Large Differences in Legal Costs

A commentary, by Dallas attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm, on our current state of a national emergency in the United States.

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Mar
17

Coronavirus and Our Commitment to Our Clients, Our Staff and Our Community

We want to assure all of our clients that The Nacol Law Firm P.C. is open and we are available to you for your needs. Here are the actions we are taking to help protect our clients, staff and the community we serve.

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Mar
01

Verbal Contracts and Texas Law

Verbal Contracts do exist and are legally enforceable in Texas, as a matter of law, if they meet necessary legal requirements and specificity. Read more on the blog of Dallas contract attorney, Mark Nacol , of the Nacol Law Firm PC

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Feb
09

Litigation in Texas

Texas Trial Attorney Mark Nacol discusses litigation in Texas

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Jul
29

Federal Crimes in the Digital Age

This is the era of technology and little is private in our world. Anything you post or say online may be used against you. Be careful and tread lightly. Read more on the blog of Dallas attorney, Julian Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.

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Democracy Created, Supported, and Protected by the Constitution of the United States Must Be Defended

Dallas Attorney Mark Nacol, an associate member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) shares the resolution of the Texas Chapters of American Board of Trial Advocates has resolved regarding the recent statements of many expected and prominent contenders in the 2012 elections. Many of these contenders have stated that if elected they will disregard Supreme Court rulings with which they disagreed, eliminating entire courts removing judges from office if they dislike their rulings, and will direct United States Marshals to apprehend judges and compel them to submit to congressional questions about their rulings.

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