Time is money: Who decides what's a good deal? Senior reporter John Council talks to judges, including 160th District Judge Jim Jordan (pictured, left), industry lawyers, including Matthew T. Bracy, GC of Settlement Capital Corp. (pictured, right), and plaintiffs lawyers about transfers of structured settlement payments.
Tort reform redux: Senior reporter John Council finds out why it's not just the plaintiffs' side of the bar riled up over proposed legislation.
Together forever: Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys and reporter Miriam Rozen find out about the move Houston Howrey lawyers are making, mostly en masse. Hear from Stephen Cagle, who was Howrey's Houston office managing partner.
Approach the bench: Senior reporter John Council meets a former DA turned judge who also does prison ministry.
Taking on an oil biz billionaire: A V&E lawyer-plaintiff wins a verdict, but for how much?
A very special appearance: Matthew W. Caligur looks at a 14th Court ruling's impact on plaintiffs' and defense lawyers.
Diverse pursuits: Pauline E. Higgins explains why and how lawyers need to do some pulling and planting.
Prevent headaches: Elizabeth E. Mack and Susan M. Rainey explain how lawyers can help lenders avoid environmental regulatory problems when dealing with foreclosures.
Release of lien: Karen L. Hart helps lawyers deal with a statutory fix that didn't quite do the trick.
Get the lead out: Sally Longroy guides lawyers through the ins and outs of an EPA rule in effect.