Post-verdict questionnaires and interviews are two of the most valuable, yet underutilized, resources for trial attorneys. Here are eight recommendations, gleaned from years of listening to feedback
Leanne Johnson, senior partner at Orgain, Bell & Tucker in Beaumont, has been appointed by Gov. Rick Perry as a justice on the 9th Court of Appeals for a term to expire at the next general election.
...A.G.'s motion, arguing that the three cases lacked common legal questions. In his email, McNosky explained that the A.G. may perceive...
Senior partner John Porter will become the partner-in-charge of Baker Botts' Houston office on Jan. 1, succeeding Maria Boyce, who will continue to serve on the Houston-based firm's executive committ
... The Fifth Circuit concluded that the magistrate judge used the incorrect legal standard in dismissing Royal's retaliation claims by citing two previous...
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...that has since been discredited. Bill Delmore, chief of the legal services bureau in the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office, represents...
The Center for Public Integrity released a report on Dec. 3 that grades states' judicial-finance disclosures. Texas ranked 32nd, tied with Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina. California topped t
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