A day after handing the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit handed Texas a startling defeat over its voter I.D. because it discriminates against minority voters, a trial judge assigned to the case gave the state its marching orders: come up with a plan that allows those without the proper papers to vote before the November general election.
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- Texas Judge Rules Against Gas Company in Dispute Over FERC Penalty
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Gabriel Salinas, who is licensed in the United States and Mexico, leaves Mayer Brown to join the Houston office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
A gas and power company has no recourse in federal court to interrupt ongoing administrative proceedings as regulators pursue claims of manipulation of the natural gas market, a Texas judge said.
- Juan Mendoza v. The State of Texas, 14-15-00537-CR (TexApp Dist 06/14/2016)
- USA v. Tomas Puga-Yanez, 15-41008 (5th Cir. 07/11/2016)
- Clarence D. Brown v. Allison Taylor, 13-10588 (5th Cir. 07/12/2016)
- Rodriguez v. Lockhart Contracting Services, Inc., 04-15-00654-CV (4th COA. 06/29/2016)
A Houston firm now elects sharerholders twice a year to benefit associates who took the bar exam in February.
In a recent survey conducted across ALM’s legal news websites for about three days, 170 respondents out of more than 200 said they would work longer or stay the course to stave off investment pinches.