Toben has far outpaced the average of four years of service that most law deans put in and also beat all other Texas law deans by a long shot
A recent Texas Supreme Court decision that forces a Houston hospital to disclose reimbursement rates charged to insured patients versus uninsured patients will almost certainly be felt in so-called hospital lien cases, some Texas attorneys believe the decision could be applied to a range of other civil cases in which the reasonableness of a party’s charges is at issue.
Mary Alice Salmon
Photography has provided Richardson a way to see the positive in life, while working at a job that can be hard.
Charla H. Bradshaw
Whether the retirement order is outsourced, or provided by the divorce attorney, the divorce attorney is responsible that the order not only gets done, but that it qualifies with the retirement plan.
Robert S. Hoffman and Jennie R. Smith
While parental alienation has always existed, only recently have family courts begun to take notice of the issue when it occurs, to recognize that it is profoundly harmful to any child or children caught in the middle of a custody case, and to understand that serious measures must be taken to remedy the situation.
Mary Alice Salmon
Moves, promotions and honors from around the Lone Star State.
Kinard, executive vice president, general counsel and assistant corporate secretary at the nonprofit organization, speaks with Texas Lawyer about everything from whom he uses for outside counsel to what he does when he's not in the office.
Michael P. Maslanka
While a cultural zeitgeist doesn’t always translate into a legal ones, the second needs the first in order to flourish.
James W. Walker
Protecting the confidentiality of communications and client-sourced documents can prove challenging in an age of routine cyberattacks.
Sheryl Falk and Serge Jorgenson
We live surrounded by the Internet of Things, or more simply put, connected devices. They know what temperature to heat our rooms, what time we get out…
John G. Browning
The practice of law has always been one of the most widely respected and vital professions in our country. Yet it has also been well-documented that a significant percentage of lawyers struggle with alcoholism and/or substance abuse, depression, and other mental health concerns.