In a case that took two Texas lawyers to the U.S. Supreme Court for the first time in their careers, Dallas attorney Scott Hastings emerged as the victor on Dec. 3 when the court issued its opinion
U.S. patents can present infringement traps for the unwary energy company, with respect to those companies' international activities. That is especially true in light of two decisions by the U.S. Cou
...ADA"), Title VII, and the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"). The district court dismissed the FMLA claim, and Neely voluntarily dropped...
...true but actually are not. Consider this apparent dilemma: An employee takes FMLA leave, but her manager needs to talk with her regarding a work...
Two Texas attorneys faced off against each other in an Oct. 9 oral argument before the United States Supreme Court. It was the first time arguing before the high court for both William Allensworth an
Two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court could have huge impacts on patent law and the practice thereof. Dallas' Mark D. Strachan, of counsel at Sayles Werbner, gives insight on what's at hand
...visual: Hired: July 16, 1969; Fired: June 17, 2005. He went on FMLA leave for a back condition and based his return date on the...
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