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Best Practices for Pleading and Proving Attorney’s Fees

Added on July 26, 2017

As seen in the DBA Headnotes. Recovery of attorney’s fees in Texas state courts has seen significant developments in recent years, with appellate courts requiring increasingly detailed evidence to uphold both summary judgment and trial awards. Since attorney’s fees can be a significant part of a client’s recovery, sometimes exceeding the amount of damages, litigators Read More…

FAQ: What Happens To Intellectual Property Rights In Bankruptcy?

Added on July 25, 2017

Strasburger & Price partner Duane J. Brescia provides Oil & Gas Investor with a guide to intellectual property rights for oil and gas companies going through bankruptcy. Subscribers can read the full article here.

Product Liability Cases to Watch: Midyear Report

Added on July 6, 2017

As seen in Law360. As the U.S. continues to grapple with a growing opioid drug epidemic, states and municipalities are increasingly filing suit against drugmakers on allegations they flooded markets with addictive painkillers, a trend that attorneys say is likely to continue. “What we should be looking at in 2017 is whether additional stakeholders will Read More…

BEWARE! Tax Law Changes Are a Game-Changer for Your Partnership

Added on July 6, 2017

As seen in Texas Lawyer. Under new legislation and Department of Treasury audit regulations, partners can be stuck paying a higher tax rate or—worse—someone else’s tax liability. Partnerships and limited liability companies (“LLCs”) that are treated as partnerships for tax purposes are commonly referred to as “pass-through” organizations because the entities do not pay federal Read More…

Accountable Care Organizations Experience Growth, Challenges

Added on June 28, 2017

As seen in Bloomberg Law – Health IT Law & Industry Report. Medicare coordinated-care programs are growing in number and making progress on cost savings and health outcomes, but are facing obstacles including hefty startup costs and arduous regulation requirements, experts say. Accountable care organizations, or ACOs, are provider-based networks that aim to improve coordination between Read More…


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