A case stemming from Allen Stanford's spectacular $7 billion fraud will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on the first day of the fall term. But law firms won't be watching to learn more detail
A case stemming from Allen Stanford's spectacular $7 billion fraud will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on October 7, the first day of the court's fall term
...business only when things go awry. We changed that at Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson a couple of years ago by, if you can believe...
...that at Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson a couple of years ago by, if you can...
A former client is accusing Andrews Kurth of malpractice, negligence and breach of contract in a suit filed April 13 in state court in Houston. In a 24-page petition, Walton Houston Galleria Office L
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A real estate investment firm claims corporate and litigation law firm Andrews Kurth neglected to inform the company about a federal investigation into another one of the firm's clients, R. Allen Sta
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...committee. Adams and Reese and Louisiana law firm Breazeale Sachse & Wilson were named in one of those suits, a putative class...
Two federal appellate panels, in back-to-back cases of first impression, have held that disabled people can sue for workplace harassment under the Americans With Disabilities Act. The two rulings com
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