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Are Law Firms Too Sophisticated for Their Own Good?

By Hugh A. Simons |

The dangerous path Big Law is headed down and what it has to do to change course.

Settling Ashley Madison Data Breach Lawsuit Was Likely 'Inevitable'

By Ed Silverstein |

Experts say that the settlement, announced for $11.2 million earlier this month, made sense for all parties involved.

Settling Ashley Madison Data Breach Lawsuit Was Likely 'Inevitable'

By Ed Silverstein |

Experts say that the settlement, announced for $11.2 million earlier this month, made sense for all parties involved.

Settling Ashley Madison Data Breach Lawsuit Was Likely 'Inevitable'

By Ed Silverstein |

Experts say that the settlement, announced for $11.2 million earlier this month, made sense for all parties involved.

Donald Trump at a campaign rally in 2016.

Twitter Users Blocked by President Trump File First Amendment Suit

By B. Colby Hamilton |

A group of Twitter users blocked by President Donald Trump are suing after a request to be unblocked on First Amendment grounds went unheeded.

Dallas lawyer Brian Cuban speaks at a 2015 addiction recovery conference in Washington, D.C.

'I Spent Every Cent I Had on Cocaine': Lawyer's Struggle Revealed

By Angela Morris |

Brian Cuban, whose billionaire brother Mark Cuban owns the NBA team the Dallas Mavericks, talks about his new book focused on addiction and recovery.

Law Firm Leaders' Confidence Grows Despite Demand Jitters

By Roy Strom |

A Citi Private Bank survey of managing partners’ confidence in the second half of 2017 shows they are more bullish on demand, despite meager growth in the first quarter.

Danielle Joy Healey, Fish and Richardson

Fish & Richardson IP Litigator Changes Name, Gender

By Brenda Sapino Jeffreys |

Danielle Joy "DJ" Healey, a senior principal in the IP boutique's Houston office, has announced she is transgender and now living as a woman.

Number of LSAT Test-Takers Surges. Is It a Trump Bump?

By Karen Sloan |

The hoped-for law school "Trump Bump" might actually have legs. The number of people who took the LSAT in June climbed nearly 20 percent over last year—the largest percentage increase for any individual LSAT administration since September 2009.

Texas attorney Austin Tighe

Texas Attorney Going to Bat for Conn. Native American Tribe

By ROBERT STORACE |

When noted Texas attorney Austin Tighe was sought to represent the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation in the tribe's $610 million lawsuit against Connecticut, he said he jumped at the opportunity.