• Nina Pham's Lawyers to Start Depositions in Ebola Case

    A plaintiffs lawyer who represents the Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for a patient, said his team will begin taking depositions in the lawsuit his client filed against the parent company of the hospital where she worked.

  • How to Train HR to Put Together a Flawless Investigation Report

    Emmy red carpets and HR investigation reports: Both put you on display. The red carpet critics will mercilessly pick apart every last detail?from hemline to cuff line, from wing tip to stiletto. No doubt, plaintiff's counsel will play the critic on an HR investigation report. There's no hiding the flaws.

  • Toxic Tort Firm Opens Offices in Dallas, Houston

    Maron Marvel Bradley & Anderson hires 32 laterals from a Jackson, Mississippi, litigation firm, and opens offices in Houston and Dallas with the new hires.

  • New Hampshire High Court Affirms $236M Verdict Against Exxon

    In its recent appellate decision, the New Hampshire Supreme Court upheld the trial court's rulings on the merits, affirmed the $236 million jury verdict for the state of New Hampshire and against Exxon Mobil.

  • U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Wealthy Oil Heir's Case

    Tom Wright said it's time for Albert Hill III to pay his law firm clients. "We hope that the word from the highest court in the land makes Mr. Hill realize that he owes the judgment,''he said.

  • Remembering McAllen Lawyer Morris Atlas

    Morris Atlas, founder of McAllen firm now known as Atlas, Hall & Rodriguez, passed away at home on Oct. 4.

  • Investor Sues Lawyer For Legal Malpractice

    A New Orleans company has sued an Austin solo, alleging that he committed malpractice and cost the company a $925,000 investment in one matter and caused it to get sued in another.

  • Andrews Kurth Helps Houston Law School with Career Development Program

    The University of Houston Law Center launches a mandatory career development program for first-year students with help from Andrews Kurth.

  • Texas Energy Firm Scores One Mexican Oil Block in Recent Auction

    Houston-based Fieldwood Energy and its partner Petrobal were one of three successful bidders in the recent auction for oil blocks put on by the Mexican government.

  • Remembering Fort Worth Lawyer Dee Kelly

    Dee Kelly, who founded Kelly Hart & Hallman in 1979 and became Fort Worth's most recognizable and politically-influential lawyer, died on Oct. 2. He was 86.

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