Federal judges would rather not be on Texas Lawyer's annual Slowpoke Report, but sometimes it's out of their control
Switching to mandatory electronic filing of court documents went better than expected, say six court clerks who seem optimistic despite glitches during the transition
Switching to mandatory electronic filing of court documents went better than expected, say six court clerks, who seem optimistic about e-filing despite glitches during the transition
...his residence and threatened to kill her, according to a Dallas Police Department offense record. But in a motion filed Dec. 30, 2013...
The ex-judge who voluntarily resigned amid allegations that she had improper ex parte communications by texting a prosecutor during a trial is now campaigning to become an elected prosecutor herself
...Kearney was terminated because she spoke out about discrimination in the athletics department. "She's the type of woman who sees...
...his residence and threatened to kill her, according to a Dallas Police Department offense record. But in a motion filed Dec. 30, Cortez...
...Elliott, Winstead shareholder Talmage Boston of Dallas, Judy Ney of the Texas Department of Insurance in Houston and University of Houston Law Center professor David...
Here are summaries of state and federal appellate court opinions issued from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2
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