Two years after suing a "Doe" defendant for online defamation, a Dallas personal-injury firm claims it has unmasked the author of a negative online review: a competing firm's former worker. To determ
...cause of action for their own damages. As Prosser and Keeton on Torts (1984) characterizes the common-law state of affairs, "[F]rom the...
Here are summaries of state and federal appellate court opinions issued from Dec. 12, 2013, to Dec. 18, 2013
Police are investigating why Dallas plaintiffs lawyer Michael Edward "Mike" Schmidt opened fire on them on Jan. 2, prompting officers to return fire that fatally wounded the attorney in his residence
Two years ago, a head injury took away Patrick Fagerberg's ability to practice law. The traumatic brain injury had scrambled the thoughts in the Austin lawyer's head, but it also seems to have awaken
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