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Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP announced Monday that it has added three partners to its Houston office, bolstering its corporate and commercial litigation practices.
Nintendo may not use the Supreme Court’s recent TC Heartland decision governing patent suit venues to transfer a patent infringement case over Wii technology from Texas to Washington, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Dykema Cox Smith has added to its ranks, announcing recently that three attorneys have joined its Dallas office as senior counsel, bolstering both the commercial litigation and corporate finance practice groups.
A Texas appeals court ruled Tuesday that a lower court had improperly infringed on an arbitration agreement by ruling that a contract dispute between a commodities trader and a metals company over the purchase of iron ore was outside the scope of the agreed-to arbitration clause.
A Texas appellate court on Monday reversed a trial court’s finding of securities fraud against a company selling investments in a senior care facility, holding the lower court didn’t adequately consider the company’s argument that the suit is time-barred.