...in favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and The Verizon Employee Benefits Committee (VEBC) on her claim that MetLife, acting on behalf of VEBC, improperly...
...found no evidence to support allegations raised by both an ad hoc committee of retired LeBoeuf Lamb partners and an official committee of former...
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On Report and Recommendation of an Ad Hoc Hearing Committee Approving Petition for Negotiated Discipline (BDN D388-10)Before OBERLY...
...women's professional development group, and last year she chaired the organizing committee for the General Counsel Institute of the National Association of Women Lawyers...
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...Registration No. 435676)On Report and Recommendation of an Ad Hoc Hearing Committee of the Board on Professional Responsibility (BDN 15-11)Argued...
Should the Texas Medical Board distribute prescription pads to all Texans to prescribe their own medication because doctors are expensive? Of course not, writes Jonathan J. Bates. Likewise, the Texas
Last week, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced it will open one of its first-ever satellite offices in Dallas, which means things just got easier for Texas patent lawyers and their clients
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