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Mary Rose Brusewitz Named Top New York Attorney in International Practice

Strasburger & Price, LLP congratulates Mary Rose Brusewitz, Partner-in-Charge of its New York office and head of the firm’s International practice group, for being named one of the best women attorneys in the New York Metro area. Read more...

Strasburger Snapshots

You arrive at the office, open your computer, and log on to the Internet. Pegasus, Strasburger’s Intranet, is waiting. You don’t think twice about it. Those in the Dallas office are, of course, familiar with their city’s iconic flying horse Read more...

Texas Supreme Court Tweaks E-Filing Standards to Tell Filers Why They've Been Rejected

Most of us have had a few months to get a taste of the new mandatory e-filing rules. And if you’ve managed to file everything without rejection, then congratulations (or you haven’t been filing enough). Read More...

Supreme Court Clarifies Standing to Sue for False Advertising

On March 25, 2014, the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split by declining to adopt any of the three tests applied by the courts of appeal to determine standing under the Lanham Act. Lexmark Int’l, Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc., No. 12–873, 2014 U.S. LEXIS 2214 (March 25, 2014).

Business & Law Forum - Cielito Lindo: Mexico’s business environment, is it clear skies?

Strasburger invites you to join us for a complimentary luncheon on April 23, 2014 as our panelists discuss the recent regulatory and business developments in Mexico. For details and registration, click here.