The Justice Department is seeking to fill more than 50 staff slots at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Southeast Texas, including seven lawyers to represent the United States, in an anticipated onslaught of civil challenges to President Donald Trump’s plan to build a “wall” along the country’s 1,989-mile southern border.
Winston & Strawn partner Paula Hinton has a multitude of achievements under her belt to be proud of. She’s cleared a Waste Management subsidiary from 99 percent of a $3.8
U.S. Chief Judge Lee Rosenthal of Houston issued a temporary restraining order Thursday prohibiting federal immigration officials from deporting a Honduran woman who came to the U.S. last month with her daughter after being tortured and persecuted in her homeland. While the case is technically about only one mother, who is being held in a detention center in South Texas, and her 12-year-old daughter, who is housed in a facility in Florida, lawyers involved in the litigation believe that the impact could be far-reaching.
Locke Lord Partner Brad Weber Named Chair-Elect of Antitrust and Business Litigation Section of State Bar
Weber will step into the chair role in June 2019.
This article applies Sun Tzu’s principles to the modern era of public relations during corporate crises and addresses a more powerful weapon: the media.
The Chicago firm added Kelly Hine, who is the firm’s 11th lateral partner hire since opening in Dallas this year.
Craig Harris previously practiced at Hiersche, Hayward, Drakeley & Urbach.
Kasey Ratliff was previously at Clark Hill Strasburger.
Akerman continued its growth in Texas with the addition of four Houston insurance litigation experts led by partners David Clark and Kristen McDanald.
State Bar Litigation Section to Recognize Dallas Court of Appeals Chief Justice Carolyn Wright as Texas Legal Legend
The Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas will induct Chief Justice Wright as a Texas Legal Legend at the State Bar’s Annual Meeting in Houston on June 21.