A review of long-pending cases and motions in 2016 shows efficient federal judges, such as Sidney Fitzwater in Dallas, slipping behind due to unfilled judicial vacancies.
Winstead and Ajamie LLP are doing work for the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee prior to the big game in Houston on Feb. 5.
Hearst's legal department has about 100 lawyers and professionals globally.
What an ICE hold is like from a detainee's perspective and what rights you have against lengthy detention.
There is a lot more there. When you watch the movie, you will see the time clock in the Hickory High School gym. Two words, one concept, are printed on it: "Fair Play." Know where the concept comes from? The very first to use it? Shakespeare.
In the mandamus petition, Broden, who represents one of the indicted bikers, argues that his client will be denied due process unless Reyna is removed from the case. He alleges that the DA has a "huge" financial interest in the bikers' prosecutions.
A public transit bus driver wasn't liable for a crash that rendered a passenger a quadriplegic.
The Dallas Bar Association ended the year by dedicating five murals in the garage of the George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building.
Bobby Majumder has become managing partner of the Dallas office of Perkins Coie. He is a partner in the firm's corporate practice and also co-chairs its India practice.
It occurs to me that a person's political orientation is not so much a choice as it is bequeathed by our origins.
"Indivisible injuries"–The general rule in Texas is that a wrongdoer is liable only for his share of the injured party's damages. But, the rule is different when two or more wrongdoers join to produce an "indivisible injury"–an injury that cannot be apportioned with reasonable certainty to the wrongdoers.
It's taken a huge emotional toll—stress, anxiety and uncertainty—for students at the University of North Texas Dallas College of Law to watch their school struggle to win accreditation.