...said she is looking forward to returning full time to her litigation practice. She said her planned five-year stint as the manager in Houston...
This holiday season, Austin lawyer Keith Hampton is gaining an impressive track record: His work helped to free two clients from prison in November, and he saw a third inmate walk free on Dec. 5
...the country and run 5,528.2 miles in 2013 and still practice law, Macon says he often ran two marathons in one day. But...
In a case that took two Texas lawyers to the U.S. Supreme Court for the first time in their careers, Dallas attorney Scott Hastings emerged as the victor on Dec. 3 when the court issued its opinion
Starting in January, prosecutors must disclose more information to criminal-defense lawyers. What are the state's elected prosecutors doing to prepare to comply with the Michael Morton Act, named aft
For the second time in two years, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is considering whether to overturn Neal Robbins' capital murder conviction and remand him for a new trial. This is the first case
...McMackin, McClane, Hall & Bates in Fort Worth as an associate. His practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation. He also is a member of the...
...Nov. 20 to Nov. 22. The list is organized by court and practice area. Court of Criminal Appeals ...
President Barack Obama has a chance to appoint three Texans to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and it appears he's playing it safe politically by considering promoting three sitting
It's a big deal that Jeff Boggess' argument at Dallas' Fifth Court of Appeals saved Gloria's Restaurants' trade-secrets case from a trial court's no-evidence summary judgment dismissal. It's an even
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