The Texas Supreme Court on June 7 denied a petition for review filed by 44th District Court Judge Carlos Cortez. The high court rejected Cortez's attempt to keep his own deposition and two witness st
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...Best Practices in Patent Law."] John Council, senior reporter, Texas Lawyer, Dallas: OK. Judge Payne, I want...
Dallas' 5th Court of Appeals has upheld a trial court ruling that disqualified Bickel & Brewer from representing a client in a business dispute. The justices concluded that the law firm could not "re
...S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts approved Stewart's request...I have selected the Judicial Council of the District of Columbia...
Jones dissented to a 2-1 unpublished decision reassigning a last-minute appeal to a new panel of 5th Circuit judges
The court rejected Judge Carlos Cortez's attempt to keep his own deposition and two witness statements related to a defamation lawsuit he filed against a Dallas attorney out of public view
Judge Christopher Dupuy's legal troubles span three different court systems in Galveston County ? civil, criminal and family law. Now, the suspended jurist is fighting back in the civil suit that see
...Harrington says he forwarded the complaint on June 4 to the Judicial Council of the 5th Circuit, the court's disciplinary body. The director of...
In a pointed opinion, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that firing a woman because she wants to use a breast pump at work violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
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