...attorney," says Geoffrey Courtney, a partner in San Antonio's Clemens & Spencer, who has worked with Medlock on the TYC cases. "He...
A Texas appeals court has reinstated legal malpractice claims against Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld stemming from a troubled hotel deal in San Antonio. In a reversal, the 4th Court of Appeals in San
A Texas appeals court has reinstated legal malpractice claims against Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld stemming from a troubled hotel deal in San Antonio
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Driver awarded $127,950 for claimed back injury. Jury awards $4,992 to pedestrian hit by truck. Driver struck by big rig awarded $115,000. Pickup truck driver not liable for collision, jury finds. Pl
An Eagle Pass lawyer who was counsel to the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas in 2006 during a leadership dispute is not a limited-purpose public figure, San Antonio's 4th Court of Appeals has rule
...George H. Spencer Jr., attorney for two other Flack defendants and a shareholder in San Antonio's Clemens & Spencer, says...
...I. BackgroundAppellant and Hai Son Nguyen were inmates at the Clemens Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Brazoria County, Texas...
Texas attorney C. Lee Cusenbary, general counsel at San Antonio-based Mission Pharmacal, is a lyricist and playwright. He's also the first GC at the 60-year-old privately held specialty pharmaceutica
When a claim of patent infringement is a necessary element of a legal malpractice suit, those suits should be tried in federal court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled in a
Dozens of lawyers wrote and sent amicus briefs to the clerk's office of the Texas Supreme Court during the high court's just-finished 2005-2006 term. Such briefs can sway justices' opinions, some app
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