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Strasburger Law Firm Names Partner In Charge

Added on February 14, 2018

As seen in Collin County Business Press. Frisco-based Strasburger & Price LLP has appointed Kim Moore as partner in charge of the firm’s Collin County office. Moore, a board-certified employment lawyer, will lead almost 40 lawyers who counsel clients in Collin County and beyond and work to implement strategic plans for Collin County. She holds Read More…

San Antonio Power Couples: Marty & Debbie Roos

Added on February 9, 2018

As seen in the San Antonio Business Journal. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the San Antonio Business Journal presents “2018 Power Couples,” including Partner-in-Charge of Strasburger in San Antonio Marty Roos and his wife Debbie. Two of the few things that Debbie and Marty Roos don’t agree on are the beach and whether their Read More…

Cyber Security Roundtable Features Tips for Keeping Cyber Safe

Added on January 24, 2018

Story by DKBinnovative. Dallas businesses wanting to keep computer savvy and cyber safe amid the growing climate of hacks, ransomware and security breaches had the opportunity to learn about the latest tips and technology facing organizations at a Jan. 17, 2018, cyber security roundtable, “Cyber Threats Facing Businesses in 2018.” “It was a wonderful opportunity to sit down Read More…

Four Key Takeaways From FDA’s 2017 Enforcement Stats

Added on January 19, 2018

As seen in Law360. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week quietly unveiled its enforcement statistics for fiscal year 2017, and the numbers show a dramatic decline in medical device warnings, an uptick in drug-related discipline and steadily rising food recalls. Here, Law360 looks at key takeaways from the stats. Food Recalls Continue to Read More…

Five Health IT Predictions For 2018

Added on January 8, 2018

As seen in Fierce Healthcare. This past year featured pockets of significant progress for the health IT industry, and several of the healthcare technology trends that grabbed the spotlight are poised to maintain their momentum in 2018. Those changes will give way to new breeding grounds for innovation as regulatory shifts continue to shape the industry. Read More…


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