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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The University of Houston Law Center launches a mandatory career development program for first-year students with help from Andrews Kurth.
These pro-employee cases should prove to lift the spirits of employment lawyers.
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.
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.
- Tom Benson, Appellant v. The State of Texas, Appellee
- SHARON STEDMAN, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF BETTY VALLNER, DECEASED, Appellants, v. STEVEN DE PAZ, Appellee.
- ENRIQUE SANCHEZ SALAZAR, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee.
- ANNIE DORSEY, INDIVIDUALLY AND A/N/F OF EZRA DORSEY, Appellant, v. NIKHILKUMAR C. RAVAL, M.D., Appellee.
The Annual Report on Firm Finance also includes a Profitability Index, which shows whether equity partners in a firm are taking home more or less than average RPL, and a firm-by-firm analysis that helps to explain financial results from each of the top 25 firms.
The number of new partners in 2015 at 22 of the 25 firms with the most lawyers in Texas down by 7.3 percent compared with 2014.