Commercial Litigation attorney Casey Erick recently presented a CLE on Jury Selection - including the elements of preparing for voir dire and getting to know prospective jurors.
Cowles Thompson Secures a Reversal of Summary Judgment Involving the Rescission of Agreement to Purchase a Membership Interest in LLC
Cowles Thompson secures a reversal of a Summary Judgment in a matter involving the rescission of a membership interest in an LLC.
Appellate attorney Mike Northrup discusses the Fort Worth Court of Appeals and citation to electronic case reports.
Bill Siegel looks at Ornagevale LLC - and whether a debtor who filed bankruptcy on the eve of trial had a commercial lease that had terminated or could be assumed, and whether cause existed to lift or modify the stay.
Employment Law attorney Brian Farrington achieved a total victory for 10 clients in a Department of Labor matter involving potential debarments from the H-2B program.
Cowles Thompson obtained recognition and enforcement of a foreign arbitral award under the Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.
Hunter Ralston looks at social media as a jury research tool, what lawyers could learn about jurors and what problems might arise from an attorney’s use of social media sites to research jurors and potential jurors.
Whether a landlord seeks to terminate a lease, or terminates right of possession, or chooses neither when seeking to evict a tenant can have consequences if the tenant files bankruptcy.
Bill Siegel looks at whether commercial lease termination is a fraudulent transfer - and the differing outcomes in the Seventh and Third Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Recently, the Texas Supreme Court issued opinions that clarify and reinforce the requirements associated with two types of evidence – counteraffidavits and expert testimony.