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The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Friday, July 18, 2014.
When Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon 45 years ago, people didn't give a great deal of thought to the legal implications of sending objects into space.
With his order, Sparks also temporarily enjoined De La Rosa from selling any statuettes that bear the copyrighted design and marks of Oscar or otherwise calculating "to cause purchasers to believe that" his "products are sponsored, endorsed or approved by the Academy."
- ROY RODGERS, Appellant v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee
- MICHAEL O. PICKENS, Appellant v. ELIZABETH CORDIA, PAMELA PICKENS, T. BOONE PICKENS JR., AND THOMAS B. PICKENS III, Appellees
- RAY SALAZAR, RICHARD A. NAJERA, JULIE REYNOLDS, GUILLERMO ACOSTA, OTHON MEDINA, AND JESUS B. OCHOA, JR., Appellants, v. JOYCE WILSON, IN HER PERSONAL CAPACITY AS CITY MANAGER OF EL PASO, TEXAS, STEVE ORTEGA, IN HIS PERSONAL CAPACITY AS REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 7 EL PASO, TEXAS, COURTNEY NILAND, IN HER PERSONAL CAPACITY AS REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8 EL PASO, TEXAS, Appellees.
- MARIA CASTRO, Appellant, v. MARTIN AYALA AND THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, Appellees.
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This year, our Litigation Departments of the Year award has two distinct categories: one for the top department in general litigation and one for the top specialty litigation practice groups. We also have included a lifetime achievement award for an individual who has made his or her mark on Texas litigation.