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...in Amarillo. Morris, a partner in Underwood, Wilson, Berry, Stein & Johnson , says he has been attending the bar association...
...based Underwood, Wilson, Berry, Stein & Johnson. A graduate of ...
...says Ronn Paiz Garcia, an associate with Amarillo-based Underwood, Wilson, Berry, Stein & Johnson. A graduate of Texas Tech University School...
As political and financial leaders take extraordinary steps to revitalize the economy, the majority of the 2008 graduates from Texas' law schools are in the first few months of their professional liv
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Royalty owners who alleged in a suit that a well operator failed to protect their lease holdings against natural-gas drainage won't collect a dime from the operator as a result of a recent Texas Supr
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