Houston lawyer Michael Busby, who sought a minimum of $1 million in damages from a Houston "fortune teller" who allegedly failed to return $2,700 Busby gave her to "cleanse," has settled the lawsuit.
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Houston's Close & Wright provides an office for Bruce Bramlett, executive director of the Battleship Texas Foundation that helps raise money to preserve the vessel housed on a Texas Parks & Wildlife historic site.
Four white-collar crime defense and securities law lawyers move from Locke Lord to Greenberg Traurig
Shareholder Jason Lewis said Greenberg Traurig is a good fit for his group's practice because of the network of offices but also because of its entrepreneurial bent and the "quality of its people."