Texas Lawyer, in conjunction with our sister publication VerdictSearch, is pleased to announce the law firms that we will honor at our Inaugural Verdicts Hall of Fame reception and dinner on November
When McKool Smith's Douglas Cawley scored a $368 million jury verdict against Apple Inc., the firms partial contingency agreement with plaintiff VirnetX Inc. gave the firm an extra big stake in prese
What follows is brief information regarding some of the patent suits filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas from Sept. 19 to Sept. 25, as listed on PACER, the federal cour
...soon after sued Apple, Cisco Systems Inc., Aastra Technologies Ltd., and NEC Corporation. (Aastra and NEC Corporation have settled for undisclosed amounts). ...
...any dividend of the profits until all thedebts of the corporation are paid." Chi., Rock Island & Pac.R.R.v...
...and Linglong,*fn3 foreign corporations. Alpha alleged that the defendants conspired to steal its tire blueprints, produce...
...2012)Before HULL, PRYOR and FAY, Circuit Judges.Regions Financial Corporation and Regions Bank (collectively "Regions") appeal the denial of their renewed motion...
...it with this one.I.DirecTV, Inc. ("DirecTV"), a California corporation, is the largest direct-to-home satellite television provider in the United...
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