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Corporate Counsels Increase Pro Bono and Pressure Outside Firms to Do So, Too

Corporate Counsels Increase Pro Bono and Pressure Outside Firms to Do So, Too

From Dell and Shell to AT&T and ExxonMobil, corporate legal departments take pro bono efforts of outside law firms into account during the hiring process.…

James Matthews leaves V&E for Denbury Resources

James Matthews leaves V&E for Denbury Resources

James Matthews will become vice president, general counsel and secretary of Denbury Resources.…

AT&T Names David McAtee II To Lead Global Litigation Efforts

AT&T Names David McAtee II To Lead Global Litigation Efforts

Haynes and Boone partner is new Assistant General Counsel for Litigation and Antitrust Matters for Telecommunications Company.…

American Airlines Bankruptcy Fees Could Top $100 million

American Airlines Bankruptcy Fees Could Top $100 million

AMR Corporation’s filing for Chapter 11 sent bankruptcy lawyers in north Texas scrambling Tuesday to line up clients and could put an estimated $100 million in the coffers of a…

Keeping Corporate Bankruptcies Home

Keeping Corporate Bankruptcies Home

Dynegy and American Airlines are multibillion-dollar corporations based in Texas based companies that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in November. Their restructurings are predicted to be lengthy and…

Texas Business Litigation Firms Will Be Busier in 2012

Texas Business Litigation Firms Will Be Busier in 2012

Corporations in Texas and across the United States expect increased legal needs in 2012 due to intensified governmental regulatory oversight in the year ahead, according to a study to be…

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