"Company settles for $150K over claims of racial slurs," "Jury sides with driver who claimed foot slipped off brake," "Plaintiff awarded $8,162 for alleged back and neck injuries," "Patient claiming
...Joseph A. Bourbois of Fulbright & Jaworski, treasurer; Adrian P. Senyszyn of Brin & Brin, historian; Theresa S. Pittl of Adami, Shuffield, Scheihing & Burns...
On Feb. 6, the Federal Circuit denied Google's sixth attempt to claim attorney-client privilege (or confidential status) for a potentially devastating email that the company inadvertently produced du
The total number of lawyers working at Texas' largest 100 firms dropped slightly during 2006
Judge negated jury's award of more than $15.7 million to city. Insurance company refused to pay claim arising from stolen boat. Man's death not caused by accident injuries, judge found. Plaintiff inj
...Robert O'Conor Jr., Houston Defense Attorney: Simon B. Purnell, Brin & Brin, Corpus Christi SEXUAL HARRASMENT ...
Workers take $232,000 from TDCJ to satisfy discrimination claim. Estate blamed toddler's death on doctor's failure to administer proper meds. Doctors not liable for Viagra patient's cardiac arrest du
...Gabriella S. Canales, Alice; and David H. Crago and John R. Lyde, Brin & Brin, Corpus Christi and Edinburg The verdicts and settlements...
...San Antonio; Jerry A. Gibson, Plunkett & Gibson, San Antonio; Edward P. Waller, Brin & Brin, San AntonioMOTOR VEHICLETruck driver...
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