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Texas Law Firm Fights Reversal Of Privacy Invasion Win

Law360 (June 27, 2018, 4:43 PM EDT) -- A Houston law firm has appealed to the Texas Supreme Court, seeking to overturn a May ruling from a lower appellate court that wiped out an award in its favor in a dispute with an attorney over name appropriation and held state law doesn't recognize that corporations have a right to privacy.

In a petition for review filed Monday, The Travis Law Firm, formerly known as Travis & Hammond, argued the First Court of Appeals ignored case law on its side when it wiped out a jury's verdict and $24,279 award in favor of the firm in its lawsuit against attorney...

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