...Suzanne I. Calvert & Associates, Dallas; John C. Lindsey, Fee Smith Sharp & Vitullo, Dallas Defendant mostly to blame for crash, jury...
...34; Self, a junior partner in Dallas' Fee Smith Sharp & Vitullo, says the facts of the case were "tragic"...
Court tosses case against elderly patient's nurses. No award for plaintiff's alleged injuries. Plaintiff awarded $37K for disc injuries. Plaintiff gets $8K for back and neck injuries. Defendant not l
Last March, Austin lawyer Patrick Fagerberg realized he'd lost the ability to use the only part of his body that really matters in the legal profession: his brain
Female workers who claimed judge fondled them awarded $3.2 million. Doctor not liable for breast-implant complications. Patient gets $264,000 for injuries from lithium toxicity. Jury awards $12,984 t
Family of mechanic fatally struck in head gets $5.2 million. No award for pedestrian killed by drunken driver. Plaintiff awarded $3,182 for back and neck injuries. Defendant not to blame for rear-end
...legal fees. Steven A. Springer of Dallas' Fee, Smith, Sharp & Vitullo, who represents Fire Insurance Exchange, says his client plans to...
Can a federal judge put what he calls a "vexatious litigant" into receivership after the litigant allegedly fails to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees to more than 20 lawyers and law firms
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