All hands on deck: Houston lawyer Daniel Pipitone (pictured) looks back on 30 years of work with one client. Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys talks with him and company leaders who have known him for decades. BONUS: Video.
The lawyer strikes back: If your clients sue plaintiffs lawyers, you just might wind up as a defendant. Senior reporter John Council speaks with one lawyer who did.
Un-bear-able: A law school applicant has filed an age discrimination suit against Baylor University. Reporter Miriam Rozen has more.
Lawyer sued: A Houston businessman and his company have filed a negligence and breach of fiduciary duty suit against solo Ronald J. Waska, alleging they hired him to file a “legal malpractice” suit against Winstead, but Waska failed to do so in a timely fashion. Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys has the story.
Grave consequences: Houston's 14th Court of Appeals finds that a cemetery was not abandoned. Senior reporter John Council talks with Matt McCormick (pictured) about the win.
Fighting an effort to sever: An East Texas patent fight between Lodsys and a host of major IT players could have major implications for plaintiffs and defendants.
Greatest hits: The top 20 stories of 2012 (so far) on texaslawyer.com.
Appellate lawyer of the week: A San Antonio solo saved the day for his client when he defeated a federal declaratory judgment ruling from a judge known for rarely being reversed.
Insurance law: Joe K. Longley examines the effect of eroding limits on Tilley counsel.
Appellate law: Don’t wait too long to think appellate strategy — that means before the trial, say R. Brent Cooper and Diana L. Faust.