Here are summaries of state and federal appellate court opinions issued from Dec. 12, 2013, to Dec. 18, 2013
Texas Lawyer reporter Miriam Rozen emailed litigators around the state two questions to ponder about the year gone by: What was the most challenging litigation you worked on this year? What did you l
It's a major challenge for many companies' legal departments: finding a way to do more with less. Fortunately, there are some proven methods for increasing efficiency and decreasing costs that can ma
...litigator in a large firm, Valdespino said he is often defending large corporations against claims by individuals or smaller companies. "And I...
...services are impermissible in many jurisdictions, including Texas. Most states only permit corporations to practice law if attorneys own them. In one instance an online...
These days most federal prosecutions include forfeiture efforts, which are based on arcane precepts rooted in maritime law. A general counsel needs to gain a working knowledge of the criminal statute
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