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In litigation over the constitutionality of the new Texas law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, the stakes in the litigation have risen, and th
...for Dallas-based Tier Reit Inc., a $3 billion real estate investment trust of 44 commercial office properties. Back in the panhandle, Schelin...
Two years after filing an online-defamation suit against a "Doe" defendant, a Dallas personal injury firm claims it has unmasked the source of a negative online review: a competing firm's former work
In litigation over the constitutionality of the new Texas law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, the stakes in the litigation have risen and the
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On Oct. 23, a jury awarded $50,900 to a woman who claimed whiplash and radicular pain in a rear-ender
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