According to a recent appellate decision won on behalf of Lori Carr's employer-client, attorneys may not get their fees for winning a "mixed motive" retaliation claim
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A Chapter 11 bankruptcy action provides a debtor with numerous protections from creditors. But sometimes getting that protection can be a challenge, as Dallas lawyer Clayton Bailey found out while de
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A trademark infringement complaint is the most recent salvo in a battle between the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and three of its former Texas officers. Plaintiffs alleged that LU
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