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Alex Huddleston Named Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers

Strasburger & Price, LLP (Strasburger) is proud to announce that San Antonio partner John A. “Alex” Huddleston has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in America. Alex was inducted as a Fellow at the College’s recent 2015 Spring Annual Meeting in Key Biscayne, Florida. Founded Read More…

FTC Creates Office Of Technology Research & Investigation

The Federal Trade Commission appears poised for more enforcement actions related to new technologies. On, March 23, 2015, The FTC announced on its Business Blog the formation of the Office of Technology Research and Investigation (the “OTRI”).[1] The FTC reports that the OTRI “will take on an even broader mandate [than the Mobile Technology Unit Read More…

Earsa Jackson Named one of 2015’s Most Influential Black Lawyers

Strasburger & Price, LLP (Strasburger) proudly announces that Dallas partner Earsa Jackson has been named one of 2015’s Most Influential Black Lawyers by Savoy Magazine, which announced the list with the release of their spring issue. The list includes Black lawyers who are partners within leading national law firms as well as corporate counsel from Read More…

Will Texas Get a New Intermediate Appellate Court?

The 84th Legislative Session is upon us. With it comes a host of new bills—some grandiose, some housekeeping. But only a small portion of those introduced will make it past their infancy. One of those newly introduced bills, H.B. 1603, offered by State Rep. Jason Villalba, R-Dallas, proposes creating in Texas a chancery-court system designed Read More…