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|Houston Attorney Daniel Johnson says Oil Shipped by Rail Raises Liability, Safety Issues|
|April 18, 2014|
|The U.S. shale boom has produced more oil than existing pipelines can carry. So trains are rushing to carry crude to refineries, which brings its own set of challenges. Safety shortcomings can become horrific disasters such as last year’s deadly accident in Quebec where an entire village was devastated by a runaway oil train. Now, tougher standards|
|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 cross-border practices, working closely with clients to|
|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 to becoming the world’s largest oil and gas producer,|
|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 faulty ignition switches, and more than 2.5 million GM|
|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 on claims that a faulty GM ignition switch caused her 2007|
|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 Oetken let stand the fraud, breach of contract, negligent|
|Dallas Family Law Attorney Jeff Anderson says Conscious Uncoupling Can Create Common Ground|
|April 9, 2014|
|The concept of “conscious uncoupling” immediately became something of a punchline when Gwyneth Paltrow used it to describe the end of her marriage to Chris Martin.
Although it could be a ploy to buy time to create a divorce battle plan, it might also be a signal that they have found common ground in trying to create the best possible situation|
|Dallas Civil Trial Lawyer says Criminal Victims Often Find Civil Justice|
|April 8, 2014|
|Two recent cases that gained national attention due to what some considered poor criminal court outcomes may be destined for a turnaround in civil court, says Dallas civil trial lawyer Charla Aldous of the Aldous Law Firm.
In Delaware, a judge concluded an heir to the du Pont family fortune wouldn’t “fare well” in prison and sentenced him|
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