Harris County filed suit against three insulin manufacturers this week, accusing the firms of colluding to set artificially high prices for the medicine and other diabetic treatments.
A state judge in Houston ruled Wednesday that a tax simplification restructuring deal involving mining properties in Wyoming does not require Natural Resource Partners to pay $56 million demanded by Anadarko.
The reign of the Eastern District of Texas as the busiest patent docket in the U.S. ended last year when Delaware captured the top spot. Now, EDTX isn’t even the busiest patent jurisdiction in Texas. The designation now belongs to the Western District and new federal judge Alan Albright. The Texas Lawbook has an exclusive interview with Judge Albright, new data and an in-depth report on the new hot patent docket.
A terminated project risk manager for Anadarko claims the Woodlands-based company downplayed the risks of a multibillion-dollar LNG project in Mozambique. The action, the plaintiff says, came before a beheading of another Anadarko worker and a whistleblower complaint. Natalie Posgate reports.
A Harris County judge is facing federal charges that accuse her of using campaign donations for personal expenses, including for mortgage payments, private school tuition and travel.
The move expands Kirkland’s growing litigation practice in Dallas, which the firm launched in September with another high-profile lateral hire.
Fort Bend County did not reasonably accommodate an employee’s religious observation when she attended church on a Sunday instead of going to work, a Houston federal jury ruled on Friday.
Prominent Dallas lawyer Lisa Blue Baron has sued Tolleson Wealth Management for its failure to obtain appropriate commercial insurance on her behalf, which she says led to a coverage refusal by two carriers after Al Hill III rekindled a legal spat with Blue this summer.
Christopher E. Hamilton, the ninth attorney to join budding Dallas litigation boutique Crawford, Wishnew & Lang, has two former careers on his résumé unlike most of his peers: a former Navy SEAL and Central Intelligence Agency operator. More on his background in this article.
Arnold Spencer has tried around 100 cases in his legal career. But a recent Perry Mason moment during an insurance negligence trial came to him while wearing a different hat: a fact witness. Natalie Posgate tells his tale and how he and lawyers at Hedrick Kring secured a $20 million jury verdict this week on behalf of residents of a burned down Dallas condominium.