Jurists and political leaders in Texas, from former President George W. Bush to Gov. Greg Abbott, praised the legacy of Antonin Scalia.
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"Given the growing threats to social, racial and economic justice in Texas, TCRP must step boldly into this next chapter," said Mimi Marziani, the new executive director of the Texas Civil Rights Project.
Several people from the legal community—including a former Texas Supreme Court justice—will serve on a task force to prepare Texas to respond to the Zika virus and other infectious diseases.
Michael Lennon Jr., a partner in Mayer Brown's litigation and dispute resolution and international arbitration practices, was one of the speakers at the webinar titled "International Arbitration in the Energy Sector: Joint Operating Agreement Disputes."
Norton Rose Fulbright represents Houston's MRC Global in a pending $48 million sale of its U.S. oil country tubular goods to Sooner Pipe, which is represented by Porter Hedges.
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Confidence in the economy at large declined below neutral during the fourth quarter of 2015.
As of July 1, 14.4 percent of the lawyers in Texas at 20 of the largest firms are minority lawyers, up from 14 percent a year before.