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Akerman LLP has expanded its government affairs and public policy team in Texas with the addition of three former Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP international trade attorneys to its Dallas office, the firm announced Monday.
Topgolf International Inc., which operates more than two dozen combined driving ranges and restaurants, asked the Fifth Circuit to affirm a district court's ruling in an antitrust suit alleging it acquired a software provider used by a competitor and may not renew the services contract when it expires, telling the court the claims cannot be brought because they are speculative.
A Dallas attorney accused of arranging a marriage to secure lawful permanent resident status for his legal assistant entered a guilty plea to the charge Thursday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to weigh whether Jody James Farms must arbitrate its dispute with insurance agency The Altman Group over an unpaid 2010 crop damage claim, after JJF argued there was no arbitration agreement between the parties.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday declined to consider a software developer’s suit in which he claimed that a trial court incorrectly ruled he was an employee and not an independent contractor of the drilling technology company that demanded he hand over a computer application he wrote.