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"This is a humbling experience, of which I regret. I take full responsibility and accept my punishment," says Kathy Holder, the State Bar's former membership director.
"People dump toxins; we sue them," says Daniel W. "Tripp" Ray. Representing five local governments, Ray has filed more than 25 suits in the past two years seeking civil penalties against defendants that his clients claim are responsible for a wide range o…
"Dog bites man" is not a news story, the axiom goes. But when a pit bull took off part of Lonnie Burts' finger, the injured man hired Mark Anderson and Robert Kisselburgh of The Anderson Law Firm in Fort Worth. The two lawyers helped him win a May 7 final…
Lawyers tend to organize life into manageable schedules. Sometimes this daily routine can make life too monotonous, even for workaholics. Finding extra time for new experiences can be challenging.
Julie Grantham has done it all: practiced law in private firms, worked as a nonlawyer executive for a tech company, raised funds for a political group and generated sales for a forensic-investigation company. Now, with her roots planted firmly back in Tex…
As Texas law students wrap up the school year and lawyers wait to see how the gang of nine decides the remaining U.S. Supreme Court cases this term, it's time for some reflection.
Big bankruptcies earned five Texas law firms a spot on Texas Lawyer affiliate The American Lawyer's "Corporate Scorecard 2013," while energy work secured a place for six other large Texas law firms on rankings of the nation's top dealmakers in 2012.
Three key 2012 rulings indicate that predictive coding may require a degree of transparency that litigators could find unsettling.