After five years of litigation, U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap recently approved of a consent decree that puts an end to an alleged "stop and seize" practice used by defendant law enforcement of
...against the computer maker. Dell, represented by Winston & Strawn and Ramey & Flock, argued that the firm should be disqualified from representing plaintiff Secure...
U.S. District Judge T. John Ward recently certified a modified class of plaintiffs who are suing several East Texas public officials, including Shelby County District Attorney Lynda K. Russell and he
Plaintiffs in a civil rights suit against a district attorney and other county officials have raised new allegations about the use of money seized from nonwhite motorists driving through the East Tex
Plaintiffs in a civil-rights suit against five officials in Shelby County have raised new allegations about the use of money seized from nonwhite motorists driving through the East Texas town of Tena
...hearing on those motions, Tom Henson, a partner in Tyler's Ramey & Flock who represents Russell, asked Ward to close the hearing to avoid...
...Harris & Merritt in Longview, and Greg Smith, managing shareholder of Ramey & Flock in Tyler, attorneys for East Texas Salt Water Disposal (ETSWD), did...
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