"You've got a really, really smart, capable prosecutor and defense lawyer. It's not going to be one of those mismatches, where someone is grossly outlawyered on the other side. These guys are both on the top of their game. They are as good as you are going to find," said Geary Reamey, a criminal law professor at St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio.
A neurologist wasn't to blame for a patient's seizure that caused her to fall and injure her head, a jury found.
A jury awarded $100,000 to a woman who was bitten in the face by her boyfriend's German shepherd.
Jim Moseley, who has served as a justice on the Fifth Court of Appeals, will join Gray Reed & McGraw in Dallas on Sept. 2. He will chair the firm's appellate section.
Natalie Smeltzer, a Dallas associate in Weil, Gotshal & Manges, has been named the 2014 Lend-a-Lawyer and will spend three months working full time on pro bono matters.
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