... Houston Baseball Partners, the owner of the Houston Astros, filed a fraud and negligent misrepresentation lawsuit against R. Drayton McLane...
... Houston Baseball Partners, the owner of the Houston Astros, filed a fraud and negligent misrepresentation lawsuit against former owner R...
Daily Business Review
The player hit hardest by MLB's unprecedented suspensions is Alex Rodriguez. A-Rod hired Reed Smith as he eyes an appeal. Other firms representing punished players include Cozen O'Connor and Wilmer C
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In an unprecedented move that has pulled in plenty of lawyers, Major League Baseball on Monday suspended 13 players linked to controversial south Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. The player hit
Like many lawyers, Glenn Colton is a baseball fan. But the Dentons white-collar and government investigations practice head has taken his love for America's national pastime to the next level, scorin
National Law Journal
...and negligence claims against Houston McLane Company, LLC d/b/a Houston Astros Baseball Club. We affirm the trial court's judgment.Introduction...
...Range Resources Corp. of Fort Worth and Vanguard Natural Resources LLC of Houston to negotiate a definitive agreement for Vanguard to buy Permian Basin assets...
Daily Business Review
Governor Rick Scott is pitching a proposal to set aside funds to help keep major-league baseball teams from fleeing the Sunshine State to Arizona
...The energy asset sale Houston lawyer Carlos Solé spent more than a year working on for...
Covington & Burling, Proskauer Rose, Squire Sanders, and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz are advising on the $1 billion sale of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns from Randy Lerner to tru
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