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The 2013 Slowpoke Report


Work Matters: Can a temporary impairment rise to the level of a covered disability?

By Michael P. Maslanka |

The Fourth Circuit noted EEOC regulations establishing that impairments that last only a short period of time typically aren't covered, unless they're sufficiently severe.

Dallas County DA Craig Watkins

Fifth Court Hears Arguments in Fight Pitting Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins and Albert G. Hill III

By John Council |

The Fifth Court of Appeals heard arguments regarding a trial court's authority to dismiss indictments brought by D.A. Craig Watkins against a wealthy oil heir who was in a fee dispute with Lisa Blue.

High Court Rules in Lawyer's Fee Dispute With Former Client

By Brenda Sapino Jeffreys |

A $27,500 arbitration award hung in the balance at the Texas Supreme Court.

You Are Being Watched

Will the Public Ever See Randy Travis' Naked Dashcam Arrest Video?

By Angela Morris |

Country singer Randy Travis has lost his bid to stop the public disclosure of dashcam video that shows him naked during his 2012 arrest for driving while intoxicated.