Posts Tagged ‘WSJ’

Personal Injury Law Round Up # 63

The quality of the Personal Injury Law Round-Up should increase dramatically because I have a capable law clerk that has arrived on the scene to help me out. On to tort reform and lawyer-type issues…. Not a tort reform issue per se, but one big issue this week was whether lawyers should have to disclose…

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Personal Injury Law Round-Up #50

It is a great time to be in Austin. We have the Democratic primary, last night’s debate, and local appearances by the candidates. We don’t often get to participate in the process this late in the game, and certainly the Democratic party hasn’t had this much input or excitement in a long time. Add in…

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Personal Injury Law Round-Up #45

The big story of the week here in Austin is Texas Supreme Court justice David Medina being indicted for arson yesterday. After the indictment was handed down, the Harris County (Houston) DA, who himself is in hot water and may be forced to resign, plans to ask that the indictments be dismissed. Apparently, the grand…

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Personal Injury Law Round-Up #43

I apologize for the short issue. Not only is it a slow week, but we’re getting ready for a medical malpractice trial starting next Monday. The blog and PI round-up provide a nice escape, but I don’t have enough time to escape enough to scan the globe for the usual stories. We’ll start off with…

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