COVID-19 Legal Issues – FAQ’s and practical tips for individuals and businesses.


The coronavirus is the biggest topic on most everyone’s minds right now. We have been asked some questions by our clients and seen some recurring issues raised by this situation. We have provided answers to some frequently asked questions below and also included practical tips for managing a few of the legal issues raised during…

Adair Myers Graves Stevenson, PLLC Announces New Partner


Adair Myers Graves Stevenson, PLLC is pleased to announce Kenichi Yagi has been made a partner at the firm.  Mr. Yagi joined AMGS is July 2018 after spending twenty years at a Houston litigation boutique firm.  Mr. Yagi was born and raised in Japan and has lived in the United State for over thirty years. …

Who Can Be Held Liable for Breach of Fiduciary Duty?


When a breach of fiduciary duty occurs, it can be devastating to those affected. While one may believe a fiduciary is always acting in the best interests of those to whom he or she owes a duty, this isn’t always the case. If and when a breach does occur, it’s important for those owed the protection of the fiduciary relationship to know who can be held liable for the resulting damages.

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