In-House Texas: May 2012

Texas Lawyer


It's an energy-fueled transactional heyday for the large Texas firms that were on the short list of the nation's busiest deal-making firms in 2011. A total of eight Texas firms appear on charts in The American Lawyer's Corporate Scorecard 2012, which ranks firms on the volume and value of transactional work in 2011. Also in this issue, "Texas' Top Deals of 2011," "The M&A Toll Tax," "Healthy Innovation: New Law Puts Seton Healthcare GC's Services in High Demand," "Asking for a Facebook Password Can Be Risky" and "Behind Enemy Lines: Employee-Side Lawyer Tactics."

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