Law360, Dallas (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- Three Texas lawmakers face criminal trials in 2018, a year that will also be marked by a major white collar health care fraud trial in Dallas and appellate decisions on who can bear the blame for an alleged $1 billion Medicaid fraud and a first-of-its-kind question about whether Texas extends attorney-client privilege to nonlawyer patent agents.
The current and former lawmakers accused of behaving badly face charges of campaign fraud and defrauding investors. Their trials will be closely watched by the defense bar and political observers alike. And 2018 has no shortage of white collar interest in Texas courtrooms, with a...
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