Russell Munsch, who founded Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr in Dallas 31 years ago and represented a wealthy Texas oilman in one of the largest personal bankruptcies in history, died in a plane crash while on a golfing vacation in Australia.
- King & Spalding Hires 6 Lateral Partners in Houston
- Bankruptcy Judge Approves Energy Future Reorganization Plan
- Haynes and Boone Tracking System Shows Increase in Energy Industry Bankruptcies
- Bentham Hires Yetter Coleman Partner as It Expands to Texas
- Nine Norton Rose Fulbright Energy Partners Jump to Baker Botts
- It’s Official: Norton Rose Fulbright, Chadbourne & Parke Catch Merger Fever
Lawyers from two big firms in Houston, Andrews Kurth Kenyon and Bracewell, move to the Houston office of King & Spalding.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved a restructuring plan that sets the stage for Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings Corp. to settle a dispute with creditors owed $800 million in make-whole payments.
- Sanchez v. Balderrama, 08-15-00088-CV (TexApp Dist 02/08/2017)
- Albertson’s Holdings, LLC v. Kay, 12-16-00181-CV (TexApp Dist 02/08/2017)
- Triyar Companies, LLC v. v. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company, 14-14-00160-CV (TexApp Dist 02/09/2017)
- Davidson v. City of Stafford, 16-20217 (5th Cir. 02/07/2017)
- Take it From Shakespeare—the Words 'Fair Play' Mean a lot More Than 'Don't Cheat'
- A Day in the Life of an Immigrant in Detention: Rights, Wrongs and Release
- Eve Burton: Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Hearst Corp.
- Biker-Defendant Looks to Remove Waco DA Abel Reyna From the Case
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.