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Houston Attorney Glenn Legge Says Offshore Operators Facing Costly New Bond Rules
August 29, 2014
A major overhaul of decades-old federal rules governing bonds provided by offshore operators could be costly and complicated for the industry, says Glenn Legge, who focuses on energy, regulatory and insurance matters at Legge, Farrow, Kimmitt, McGrath & Brown L.L.P. in Houston. Currently, the bonds required by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Six Godwin Lewis Attorneys Earn Spots Among 2015 Best Lawyers in America
August 27, 2014
DALLAS – Six attorneys from the Texas trial and appellate law firm Godwin Lewis PC are being recognized in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, one of the leading guides to the nation’s top legal counsel. Firm Chairman and CEO, Donald E. Godwin, is named in the publication for a fourth consecutive year in recognition of his
Austinís Weisbart Springer Hayes Adds New Attorney Nicole LeFave
August 27, 2014
AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas law firm Weisbart Springer Hayes, LLP, is announcing the addition of attorney Nicole LeFave, who joins the firm with a unique understanding of the federal practice from behind the bench based on her prior work for two federal judges in Texas. Ms. LeFave is a 2012 honors graduate of the University of Texas School of Law.
Houston Attorney Cliff Vrielink Says Many Taking ĎLet Mikey Try Ití Approach to Mexican Energy Investment
August 27, 2014
Mexico's energy reforms will open up that country to U.S. investments in oil and gas exploration and everyone in the sector is eagerly watching to see how it will play out, says Cliff Vrielink, a partner in the Houston office of Sidley Austin LLP. “But everyone is waiting for someone else to go first. It’s a ‘let Mikey try it’
Parker County Child Care Center Faces Civil Lawsuit for Restraining Children With Duct Tape
August 26, 2014
DALLAS – A Parker County day care center exposed for restraining young children with duct tape during nap time is now facing a lawsuit filed by Texas’ Rasansky Law Firm on behalf of the family of a child who was illegally restrained. The lawsuit against Heart 2 Heart Montessori Academy in Willow Park, Texas, just west of Fort Worth, cites
Munck Wilsonís Audrey Mross Says Wise Would-Be Employers Wonít Ask For W2 Forms
August 26, 2014
While it is legal for companies to ask job candidates for a copy of their past W2 forms prior to making an employment offer, it may not be the best idea, says attorney Audrey Mross who heads the Labor and Employment group at Munck Wilson Mandala in Dallas. One reason: W2 forms may not accurately reflect an applicant’s previous salary since the
Dallas Attorney Jessica Dunne Says Robin Williamsí Sound Estate Helps Family
August 25, 2014
The death of comedian and actor Robin Williams shocked and saddened the world. However, it seems he had prepared a sound estate plan. “Aside from losing a loved one, his survivors might have faced a nightmare of legal complications and unnecessary expense if Mr. Williams had not made certain that his estate was in order,” says Dallas probate
Mortgage Contracting Services Names Bart R. Vincent as CFO in Plano
August 25, 2014
PLANO, Texas – Mortgage Contracting Services (MCS), a nationwide provider of property preservation, inspections and REO property maintenance to the financial services industry, has named Bart R. Vincent as the company’s chief financial officer. In his role as CFO, Mr. Vincent oversees financial and strategic planning, as well as risk management
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