A Texas attorney will be spending the next 25 years of his life in a federal prison for taking part in an international money laundering conspiracy that defrauded lawyers and law firms across the nation out of more than $8.8 million, under a sentence handed down in a federal court in Tampa, Florida.
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- High-Stakes Hip Implant Trial Takes Series of Contentious Turns
- Judge to Bring in FBI and US Attorney After Plaintiffs Lawyer Suggests Witness Tampering in Hip Implant Trial
- A Look Back at Sexual Harassment Claims Against Legal Leaders
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The 2017 term at the U.S. Supreme Court looks to be a quiet one for intellectual property. But with one potential bang in the middle.
Duane Morris is expanding its presence in Texas with a new office in Austin, starting with two lawyers from Norton Rose Fulbright and King & Spalding.
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2017 New Partner Survey: Smaller First-Year Associate Classes During the Recession Leads to Fewer New Partners at Big Texas Firms
Nineteen of the 25 firms with the most lawyers in Texas made fewer new Texas partners in 2017 compared with 2016.
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.