Keith Calcote’s son was diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome in the third grade. “We knew nothing about Tourette’s or what lay ahead,” said Calcote, who has served as an assistant general counsel at Shell Oil, Motiva and Waste Management. During the past three decades, Calcote has been involved in some of the biggest corporate civil lawsuits in Texas history. But his family’s experience with Tourette’s gave him an understanding and compassion that deeply affected his profession and faith . . .
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