LPHS Partner, Chris Patton, recently published an article in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Litigation Journal titled, “Flowers On a Court Opinion: How the Trial of My Great-Grandmother’s Murderer Changed Me, My Family, and the Law.” Chris’s deep dive into the case chronicles the crime, the defendant’s arrest, and ultimately how the trial’s outcome continues to make an impact today. […]
LPHS Partner Jervonne Newsome will present “Practice What You Preach: How to Implement and Maintain Impactful DEI Programs and Better Protect Your Initiatives from Litigation Risks,” at the North Texas Society for Human Resource Management educational luncheon. Participants will learn practical HR and DEI lessons through a legal analysis of the Duvall v. Novant Health, Inc. case.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and U.S. Representative Beth Van Duyne filed a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control to remove mask requirements on planes and other transportation. The case has the potential to go to the U. S. Supreme Court. LPHS appellate partner David Coale explains the argument. “The argument here is that […]