A state district judge who was sued by a mother and daughter has fired back at the two Georgetown lawyers representing them. Retired district judge Terry Flenniken alleges the attorneys were "reprehe
When Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott first campaigned for his office 12 years ago, he promised a new era of government transparency. Abbott, who in July announced his bid for governor, believes he
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In representing American Airlines Inc. in suits against the largest U.S. ticket distribution systems, Yetter Coleman had to deal with more than 5 million documents, complex issues and, in the midst o
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A director who possess a special or secret knowledge of a company's future plans or resources has a fiduciary duty to disclose that information in a private stock transaction, the Delaware Court of C
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