Dallas’ Match Group is having relationship problems.
The Dallas trial lawyer engineered a $145.1 million patent verdict against the almighty Apple in its home state – a victory that was especially sweet as McKool approaches his 69th birthday next week.
A legal malpractice lawsuit between the former Navy SEAL who wrote No Easy Day and an Indiana lawyer settled late last week.
(Aug. 6) – A $100 million business divorce case in which a Dallas probate judge is accused of having a secret relationship with an attorney in the case is headed
The Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, the Texas Restaurant Association and eight other pro-business groups and companies filed federal court papers late Wednesday joining 13 other organizations opposing Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit seeking a court order ending the Deferred Act for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, continues to increase.
(Aug. 17) – Toyota Motor Corp. manufactured a Lexus with defective seatback failure that caused permanent brain damage to two small children during a 2016 crash on North Central Expressway,
The U.S. Justice Dept. wants a federal appeals court in the AT&T case to make public conversations conducted at the bench between the trial judge and lawyers for both sides in the recent antitrust trial. The DOJ asks that all “all non-confidential portions of the trial transcript, including the district court’s bench conferences throughout trial, be unsealed and released to the public,” the filing said. The Dallas Business Journal has the full story.
Toyota’s honeymoon in North Texas may be in jeopardy as a trial is underway that questions the carmaker’s integrity, corporate culture and the safety of its products.
Frank Branson may be 73, but he still has the drive and energy to take on the big cases. This week he goes up against Toyota in a highly-anticipated matchup with Dallas litigator Victor Vital. He has no plans to slow down or quit, he said; his wife will tell him when he’s ready to do so. The Texas Lawbook looks at the latest from a genuine “Lion of the Texas Bar.”
A federal lawsuit by Texas state officials seeking to order the end of the federal immigration program called the Deferred Act for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, will have “immediate, irreparable injury” to Texas businesses and cost the state’s economy billions of dollars, according to a coalition of pro-business organizations.