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How the legal profession has changed since 1970 

In my view, among the multiplicity of changes in the legal profession since 1970 are the following: technology, advertising, the draconian 2003 tort reform (HB 4/Proposition 12), mandatory arbitration, result-oriented appellate decisions reversing jury verdicts and the resultant reduction/diminishment of jury trials, the cost of legal education and legal services along with the ongoing impact of … Continue Reading

Texas lawyers assist with employment law, business reopening tips

Texas lawyers are offering tips and general guidance to employers navigating employment issues during the pandemic and considering reopening plans. Zach Wolfe, a trial lawyer who handles non-compete and trade secret litigation at Fleckman & McGlynn PLLC in Austin, has this blog on the “Top 10 Covid-19 Employment Law Tips.”  Brett Holubeck, a labor and … Continue Reading

Kenda Culpepper takes office as president of TDCAA

Kenda Culpepper, Rockwall County’s district attorney, took office as the Texas District & County Attorneys Association’s 82nd president. The non-profit organization, which serves Texas prosecutors and their staffs, produces CLE courses, provides technical assistance to the prosecution community and criminal justice agencies, and serves as a liaison between prosecutors and other organizations in administering criminal … Continue Reading

Free legal clinic for veterans in Lake Jackson

Veterans in need of legal advice can visit a free clinic put on by the Veterans Legal Initiative, a coalition providing pro bono legal services to U.S. veterans that includes the Brazoria County Bar Association, the Houston Volunteer Lawyers, and the Houston Bar Foundation. The clinic takes place Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m to … Continue Reading
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