Dallas trial lawyer Shonn Brown had an interesting Friday. In the early morning hours, she won a 10-digit jury verdict in Dallas County District Court. After lunch, she packed up her office at Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst and moved her litigation practice to Irving-based Kimberly-Clark Corp., where she is now the deputy general counsel over litigation and regulatory.
Faith Johnson, who lost the Dallas County District Attorney’s race in November to John Creuzot, has landed in private practice at a Dallas litigation boutique.
Will a court in the United States enforce a money judgment awarded in a foreign country? No matter which side of the case you argue, there are plenty of potential pitfalls. Mark Little and Liam O’Rourke of Baker Botts provide a roadmap to foreign-judgment recognition proceedings in Texas.
Xerox Corporation and several of its former subsidiaries have agreed to a $235.9 settlement with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, the state announced Tuesday. It represents the largest single resolution in a case filed by the AG’s office for Medicaid-related claims.
Former KRCL litigation partner Zach Mayer quietly opened his own shop in downtown Dallas six weeks ago, but he’s already adding partners, opening new offices and has a client list that most larger full service firms would envy. “It has been a fast, furious and chaotic couple of weeks,” Mayer says. The Texas Lawbook has details.
A jury in Houston has delivered a complete defense win for Devon Energy Production Company related to a dispute that surfaced in 2014 with EP Energy E&P Company over a saltwater disposal contract the two parties have had with each other since 1996. There was $3.3 million at stake. Natalie Posgate has the details.
A Dallas jury has awarded $37.6 million to a woman in her twenties who was paralyzed when a November 2015 Uber ride turned into a rollover crash. Litigation writer Natalie Posgate has the details on the story.
Houstonian and wrestling pro Booker T. Huffman has sued Santa Monica video publisher Activision Publishing, its parent company and New York eSports giant Major League Gaming for allegedly infringing on a comic book character copyrighted by Huffman.
A state judge in North Texas has dismissed most of the claims filed against a co-defendant of Stormy Daniels in a defamation lawsuit that alleges both of them participated in a smear campaign that hurt a Texas horse trainer’s reputation and business.
A Dallas jury has ruled that a Dallas funeral home wrongfully moved the remains of an 81-year-old man’s parents without his knowledge or permission. The jury awarded attorney/ businessman Louis Dorfman $200,000. The funeral home remains unapologetic. Natalie Posgate has details of the case.