"Bribes" alleged: Senior reporter John Council looks into a family's suit that follows a wrongful-death settlement.
Gentlemen, start your engines: Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys examines a fee dispute between a lawyer and a retired professional race car driver. Plus, some other suits Texas firms and lawyers have filed in recent weeks over allegedly unpaid fees.
Electronic records: progress or problem?: Senior reporter John Council hears from Dallas County misdemeanor court judges, including Dallas County Criminal Court No. 6 Judge Angela King (pictured), the Dallas County district clerk, criminal-defense lawyers and the DA's office.
Mavericks motion: Mark Cuban's summary judgment motion goes viral.
Litigator of the week:Reporter Miriam Rozen talks with a Houston lawyer who won a take-nothing judgment in a suit seeking $1 million in damages.
Appellate lawyer of the week: Senior reporter John Council talks with a lawyer who took his client to the Texas Supreme Court twice -- and won both times.
New deal: Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys looks at a rival bid in a proposed nearly $9 billion deal.
Microboards: William R. Hayes and Lisa L. Wilson paint a picture of a planning tool that can help the parents of individuals with disabilities ensure their children flourish even after the parents have passed away.
Action items:Glen Eichelberger and Bridget O'Toole Purdie add up a to-do list for lawyers in light of last year's tax act and the Treasury Department's explanations of the Obama administration's revenue proposals.
Family law: Jonathan J. Bates examines new laws that impact spousal maintenance and fraud on the community estate.
Not just a fun toy: How the iPad can increase lawyers' productivity.