...imprisonment occurred," says Paris, a Houston solo. Lee, shareholder in Lione & Lee in Austin, says that as a defense lawyer...
... "That's all perfectly legitimate," says Lee, shareholder in Lione & Lee in Austin. "If you are a lawyer...
...Linegar along with Taylor Dunham partner Don Taylor and associate Jennifer Tatum Lee. Beck, Redden & Secrest partner Fields Alexander of Houston, one...
The Texas Supreme Court's Grievance Oversight Committee has recommended that the State Bar of Texas make changes to the Client-Attorney Assistance Program, among other things. James McCormack and Ste
At the invitation of Texas Lawyer, attorneys shared their resolutions for 2011. Their e-mailed resolutions include goals such as spending less time on Twitter and Facebook, getting another academ
While the population of Texas lawyers has increased steadily over nearly 20 years, the number of grievances filed with the State Bar and the number of disciplinary actions has decreased dramatically
Until Cluck v. Commission for Lawyer Discipline, the issue of nonrefundable fees has been addressed on a case-by-case basis with the various grievance committees of the State Bar, or district judges
After three years of experience under the 2003 changes to the state's lawyer disciplinary system, it's time for the system to undergo an independent review, according to a report submitted recently t
Solo William Britton "Britt" Hall had not been seen at his Houston office for nearly three months, according to Commission for Lawyer Discipline v. Hall, when the State Bar took the unusual step of f
...professional misconduct," says Steven L. Lee, Harper's attorney. Lee, a shareholder (in Austin's Lione & Lee, declines further (comment about the disciplinary suit. Harper...
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