Attorneys litigating survival or wrongful-death causes of action must have a clear understanding of the kinds of damages available to their clients
A jury has awarded $2.6 million to a facility manager at Pinnacle Engineering and Pinnacle Project Services Inc. who was fired for falsely representing that he had a chemical engineering degree
If Texas voters expected yet another set of boring races for the state's high courts, the 2014 election cycle certainly will disappoint them: A sitting Court of Criminal Appeals judge has decided to
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
If Texas voters expected yet another set of boring races for the state's high courts, 2014 election cycle will certainly let them down as a sitting Court of Criminal Appeals judge has decided to shed
In a decision that may make it easier for plaintiffs to survive summary judgment with their sexual-harassment retaliation claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a trial
In a decision that may make it easier for plaintiffs to survive summary judgment with their sexual harassment retaliation claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a trial
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