Taylor Wilson has been groomed for three decades to lead at Haynes and Boone. He’s served on the firm’s board of directors and executive committee, chaired the partner compensation committee and led hiring and recruiting efforts. On Jan. 1, he gets a new title: managing partner.
Steve Susman, 79, a fearless and possibly peerless trial attorney, died Tuesday from injuries suffered in an April bicycle accident.
He is remembered, not only as a pioneer, but as a bold character in a stodgy profession — and an inveterate prankster.
Updated to include lender details According to data released Monday by the U.S. Treasury Department, 1,160 Texas law firms applied for and received as much as $924 million total in ultimately forgivable loans from the Paycheck Protection Program. The Texas Lawbook has the entire list and it includes law firms from every corner of the state.
The U.S. Treasury Department released this week the names of Texas businesses receiving loans under the Paycheck Protection Program voted by Congress in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the
A divided Texas Supreme Court decided Friday to cancel the bar examination scheduled for late July due to increasing concerns about “the recent surge in COVID-19 cases” and “uncertainty regarding the availability of examination sites.”
In what has become a monthly ritual, the state’s highest court issued its 18th emergency order related to the COVID-19 pandemic that essentially extends its previous emergency order from May 26 for another month, except in a few specific circumstances. The ban on civil and criminal jury trials, as well as civil case filing deadlines, have been extended into September.
After important progress recovering from a bicycle accident in April, Houston litigator Steve Susman has suffered several setbacks in recent days, including infection by the novel coronavirus.
While most law firms have been successfully working remotely in the Covid-19 era, a recent Gensler survey found only 12% of workers want to work from home full-time. A majority of respondents want to return to the workplace, but with critical changes. So what might the law office of the future look like?
Two more firms, Haynes and Boone and Fears Nachawati, have announced that this Friday, Juneteenth, is now an official holiday to commemorate the end of slavery.
There are law firms where just the name denotes prestige and an elite status. Pure financial data indicates there are a dozen firms that stand out from the rest. Only three have roots in Texas. Five of the law firms only opened offices in Texas during the past decade. The Texas Lawbook highlights the 12 and how they became elite.