Sometimes a client's reward for "doing the right thing" is twelve years of litigation and a trip to the Texas Supreme Court, says John Slates whose efforts on behalf of a homebuilder recently paid of
The question of whether George Fleming and his law firm can charge some of its clients millions of dollars for the cost of screening out non-clients in a mass tort case is going to require further li
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...in part and dissenting in part.OPINIONDefendant-Appellant Darin Lee McAllister appeals his jury conviction of fifteen counts of wire fraud and...
...jury rejected claims by SCC and its lawyers at Ware, Jackson, Lee & Chambers that Celanese had violated the terms of the agreement by...
...OF APPEALS OPINION In nine issues, appellant, Artis Lee Pollard, challenges his capital-murder conviction pertaining to the shooting death of...
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