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Dallas Attorneys Nancy Duessel, Amy Lott Join Carrington Colemanís Growing Corporate Practice
April 15, 2014
Dallas-based Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, LLP, is proud to announce the additions of veteran business, corporate and transactions attorneys Nancy F. Duessel and Amy E. Lott, who are joining the firm’s corporate law practice. Ms. Duessel and Ms. Lott maintain national and
 
Energy Boom Supporting Chinese Investment says Dallas Attorney Debra Villarreal
April 14, 2014
Joint-venture investments in U.S. energy holdings by Chinese state-owned and private enterprises continue to grow. This trend is motivated in large part by the need for Chinese entities to understand the management techniques and technology of American energy companies. With the U.S. now on track
 
Houston Attorney Gene Egdorf says Millions Affected by GM Ignition Switch Recalls
April 11, 2014
The number of vehicles recalled by General Motors over faulty ignition switches has grown by nearly 1 million with the recent announcement of additional model years containing a dangerous defect that causes airbags to malfunction. According to GM, 13 people have been killed in accidents involving
 
General Motors Ignition Switch Cited in Houston Car Crash Lawsuit
April 9, 2014
Woman’s legs amputated after single-car crash involving now-recalled Pontiac Solstice HOUSTON – A Texas woman who suffered critical injuries in a terrifying car accident last December has filed a state district court lawsuit against General Motors (NYSE: GM) and other defendants based
 
NY Judge Upholds Fraud Claims Against Wells Fargo, Fortis in $1.5 Billion Subprime Mortgage-Backed Securities Case
April 9, 2014
NEW YORK – A lawsuit filed by European bank LBBW Luxemburg S.A. over an alleged $1.5 billion subprime mortgage-backed securities fraud scheme cleared a significant hurdle last week when a federal judge denied the defendants’ extensive motions to dismiss. U.S. District Judge J. Paul
 


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