Anthony Magee, who has practiced at three Dallas litigation firms over the past 25 years, was looking for more freedom in deciding to set out on his own.
Jason Cook, a patent litigator, succeeded corporate partner Akash Sethi at the beginning of the month.
George Hinchey has returned to Haynes and Boone after making partner at Jackson Walker last year.
HOUSTON – Nine men and three women found Houston attorney Jack Stephen Pursley guilty of three counts of tax evasion and one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States late Friday. He faces up to 20 years in prison.
HOUSTON – Closing arguments concluded Friday afternoon in the Jack Stephen Pursley federal tax evasion trial, but the case will proceed without a juror who the judge has dismissed because the juror apparently flashed a middle finger to others in the courtroom and used the F-word in response to testimony.
The Midland-based seller plans to use the proceeds to buy back stock and pay down debt in an investor-friendly move.
Almost 75% of alternative investors think equity markets have hit their peak, up from 61% at the end of last year, according to Preqin, with most believing a correction is coming next year or beyond. Slower-than-usual deal flow – especially this past week – may be reflecting those worries, as Claire Poole reports.
Peter Idziak has landed at Polunsky Beitel Green, which has six lawyers and offices in Dallas and San Antonio.
Carl Stewart’s term as chief judge of the New Orleans-based Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals expires at the end of September. In an exclusive interview with The Texas Lawbook, Judge Stewart looks back at seven tumultuous years, his plans for the future, the need to integrate five new appellate judges and what others say his legacy as the Fifth Circuit’s only African-American chief judge will be.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has settled with a Dallas digital company for millions of dollars. The agency said it made the deal with Bitqyck Inc. and its founders, who allegedly