When a hiring partner learns something revealing about job candidates by scouring their social media accounts, is that a good thing?
A planned Texas execution may hinge on how effectively TaiChin Preyor's current lawyers can criticize their predecessors.
Civil rights private plaintiffs still plan to fight.
"Biggest lobbying operation I've seen for a long time. They started early and worked hard." That's how William Miller, a longtime Austin lobbyist who represents the City of Houston, characterized the lawyers and consultants tapped by Uber and Lyft for the most recent regular Texas legislative sess
The fire that killed 79 people in London's Grenfell Tower was a U.K. tragedy, but it's also getting the attention of the securities plaintiffs bar in the United States. That could spell legal trouble for Arconic, the New York-based company that made the exterior paneling being blamed for the fire's
Even though it could idle some lawyers, partners from Baker Botts, Jackson Walker and Haynes and Boone voiced tentative support this week for legislation that would tax carbon emissions while gutting environmental regulation.
Don't expect new voting district boundaries to be drawn in time for the mid-term elections, despite the U.S. Supreme Court's agreement Monday to consider the constitutionality of extreme partisan redistricting&and despite a quickly-approaching trial on the drawing of congressional maps in Texas.
American Airlines' lawyer weighs in, carefully, on the looming changes in U.S.-Cuba relations.
Andrew Weissmann and Robert Mueller can be fair and "the Trump administration's worst nightmare" at the same time, says defense lawyer Dan Cogdell.
Susman Godfrey has a policy when it comes to contract lawyers: The high-flying litigation firm discloses to clients exactly how much the temporary attorneys cost, and that's exactly what the client pays. In other words: No surcharge.