An analysis by Texas Lawyer, based on lawyer counts as of Jan. 1 at the 100 largest firms in the state, shows that 10 Texas-based firms now have 21 percent or more of their attorneys in offices outsi
...AG (Capital Finance) challenges the special appearances rendered in favor of appellees, Sinopec Overseas Oil & Gas, Ltd. (Sinopec Overseas) and FIOC Holder Representative, L...
Gross revenue at large Texas firms moved upward in 2005, but only slightly, with the 25 highest-grossing Texas-based firms posting an overall 2.3 percent increase in total revenue last year, compared
The energy business is far and away the leading reason why a growing number of large Texas firms have opened offices halfway around the world in the booming market of China
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