Former State Bar of Texas employee Kathy Holder pleaded guilty May 17 to felony theft in the first degree for unlawfully appropriating more than $200,000 from the State Bar between May 2003 and April
...HB 2302 also authorizes a $2 fee for each e-file transaction (a litigant could file more than one document in a transaction) to...
...part of it. "We helped them to explore the entire business transactions and look at it from a high level. . . ," he says. "...
There is much that the latest developments in neuroscience can teach legal professionals about negotiations. This is particularly true when it comes to how people process information and make decisio
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
"This is a humbling experience, of which I regret. I take full responsibility and accept my punishment," says Kathy Holder, the State Bar's former membership director
...has joined Mayer Brown in Houston as a partner in the tax transactions and consulting practice. . . . Joanna M. Tollenaere has joined...
...consumer and allowed an opposing party to get limited discovery about the transaction. A companion, SB 927, hasn't received a hearing before...
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