Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has issued its much-anticipated decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, it's not clear whether the dispute will return to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap
...president of litigation for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), says that as she walked away from the podium after giving the...
...southwest regional counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), which ...
Taxicab passengers who wait in line at the taxi stand at Dallas' Love Field Airport can breathe a little easier, thanks to a June 13 ruling that Dallas City Attorney Christopher Caso won at the 5th U
Because of Vincent "Tripp" Marable's legal work, the cost of supersedeas bonds could get cheaper for parties who want to suspend the enforcement of a monetary judgment pending appeal
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
Doug Alexander says there are powerful reasons for and against finding that unionized, public-sector employees have a right to have a union representative present during an employer's disciplinary re
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
Sometimes the hardest aspect of an appeal is determining exactly why a judge tossed out a client's case. And that's what Scott Lisman says he faced before convincing Houston's 14th Court of Appeals t
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