This Old Courthouse: A twinkling 100,000 lights sparkle on the restored Harrison County Courthouse. Senior reporter John Council goes walking in a winter wonderland.
Stuck on stucco: Spackle some products liability litigation onto the construction industry, and you get a high court fight over indemnification. Senior reporter Mary Alice Robbins puts on her tool belt.
Approach the Bench: Dallas County Court-at-Law No. 2 Judge King Fifer tells senior reporter John Council how lawyers can get on Fifer's good side, the wrong way to file a motion and the most frustrating aspect of his job.
The Aughties: From dizzying heights to devastating lows, associate life looks much different than it did 10 years ago.
Corporations in the cross hairs: This was the decade that an earthquake of accounting scandals and the resultant tsunami of Sarbanes-Oxley struck fear into the hearts of corporate execs.
Inadmissible. Discipline. Newsmakers. Verdicts.
New Year's Eve deadline: Bruce Campbell argues that lawyers should resolve to comment on the proposed revisions to the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct before heading out on the town to welcome 2010.
Those were the days: From billing rates to consolidation to the growth train chugging to a stop, the last 10 years have forced firms to re-engineer themselves.