The DOJ on Tuesday filed an antitrust suit in Delaware attempting to block Southlake-based Sabre’s $360 million deal with a Miami-based airline technology firm. The DBJ has the details.
In a 36-page ruling, the Dallas Court of Appeals on Monday ruled for a Southlake-based private equity firm that was in a dispute with its insurer after it denied coverage related to a legal battle with one of its ex-execs. Natalie Posgate explains.
Online gaming star “Tfue” recently sued his gaming organization, the FaZe Clan, alleging that his player contract is “grossly oppressive, onerous, and one-sided.” What does this lawsuit tell us about the state of esports contracts? Johnathan Jordan of KRCL explains.
Barbara Barron has been defending clients for 35 years. She knows that you cannot always avoid a substantial verdict, but there are ways you can soften a potentially unjust blow. She shared a few tips at the annual Personal Injury Conference hosted by the State Bar of Texas. Natalie Posgate took notes.
You might think you’ve never done something stupid during trial, but judges will tell you otherwise. Four Texas trial judges who’ve seen a lot of dumb things shared their advice on how to avoid a few of the most common errors in courthouse etiquette. Natalie Posgate was there.
The Dallas Fifth Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a real estate developer in a rare exaction challenge brought against the City of Dallas over a 10-foot strip of land on Mockingbird Lane in East Dallas.
Texas Pacific Land Trust and a group of activist investors have halted their contentious proxy battle and reached a settlement in a connected legal fight, both parties announced Wednesday. Though settlement was in the best interest of both sides, it put an end to what could have been an epic legal showdown. Natalie Posgate has the details.
A tearful Jim Reeder, chair-elect of the ABA’s Litigation Section and a 30-year veteran of the V&E trial practice, told The Texas Lawbook Wednesday that he is moving his practice to the Houston office of Jones Day. He called it one of the most exciting – but also difficult – decisions he has ever made.
Four Texas lawyers have been approved by the U.S. Senate for federal judgeships in the Eastern, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas so far this week. Three more may get the nod in the next day or two. The Texas Lawbook has the details.
A small employment defense law firm called the Hagan Law Group is one of two businesses that filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday to stop the Dallas Paid Sick Leave Ordinance from going into effect this week.