Vinson & Elkins litigation associate Jeremy Reichman earned the top score on the July Texas bar exam. Like many others, Reichman was uncertain at the time about how he did
Some of the most active plaintiffs in recent patent suits filed in the Eastern District of Texas included Blue Spike LLC, TQP Development LLC and RPost Holdings Inc
The Federal Trade Commission has filed an amicus brief in a class action that questions whether brand name drug companies can pay generic rivals to stay out of the market until a patent expires
...Heim Payne & Chorush. Susman Godfrey's legal team includes Houston...
...law firms that specialize in patent litigation: Susman Godfrey and Heim, Payne & Chorush....
...of Washington. Interval Licensing is represented by Susman Godfrey and Heim Payne & Chorush. Susman Godfrey's legal team includes Houston partner...
The Daily Report
David Boies makes it out to Las Vegas a few times a year. In February he checked into the Encore, the newest hotel developed by Steve Wynn a client on the Strip. Boies had some legal business in town
Boies, Schiller & Flexner's risk management strategy seems built for these economic times. The firm takes a big chunk of cases on contingency, and one big bet -- representing American Express in an a
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