‘Lawyers Behaving Badly’: Firm Sues Former Lawyer, Alleging He Stole Client Information and Operated His Own Firm on the Side
Houston trial and intellectual property firm sued former lawyer Erik Osterrieder, alleging he took confidential client information and stored it "off-site" at his private firm.
- US Supreme Court Prepares for Venue Shopping Hearing
- When Insurers Refused to Pay Verizon’s $48M Legal Bill, This Lawyer Hit Back
- Texas Bill Would Mandate Insurance Coverage for 3-D Mammograms
- Irritated 5th Circuit Kicks Structured Settlement Purchasers' Duel Out of Federal Court
- Environmentalists, Energy Industry, Press for Better Texas Railroad Commission Database
- Lawyers Sound Off on First-in-a-Decade Class Action Changes
For the Texas Railroad Commission, there is one proposed reform that appears on the wishlists of both energy industry and public watchdog groups. It's the creation of a searchable data base, particularly about complaints filed, and which, if properly developed, would be useful for lawyers who represent clients before the Texas Railroad Commission.
A Louisiana man, injured in an offshore platform accident in 2014, seeks more than $1 million from Houston plaintiffs firm and two lawyers.
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.