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Co-owner dispute at Spider House in Austin, Texas gets serious

The Spider House Cafe and Ballroom has been a famous Austin college hang-out since it opened its doors in 1995. Most customers, however, probably do not know of the legal battle between the two co-owners of the business, John Dorgan … Continue reading

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Texas Family Law: How can Abuse Affect Child Custody?

When a marriage fails and eventually leads to divorce, one important question arises: who will take custody of the child? At times, guardianship, or conservatorship as used in Texas family law, is a longer and more emotional process than divorce. … Continue reading

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Texas Ruling May Allow Licensing of Migrant Family Detention

The 3rd Texas Court of Appeals recently overturned a lower court ruling that could allow the state to formally issue child-care licenses to two detention centers in the South Texas cities of Dilley and Karnes that house immigrant families. Since … Continue reading

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Texas Tech wins 2019 ABA Negotiation Competition

Texas Tech University School of Law’s Taylor Calvert won the 2019 ABA Law Student Division National Negotiation Competition on Saturday, Feb. 9 at ABA Headquarters in Chicago. This year’s topic was employment law. The ABA Law Student Division Negotiation Competition … Continue reading

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iHeartMedia Media to Exit Texas Bankruptcy

After three long years, the nation’s most extensive radio network, iHeartMedia, has finally received the approval of Houston Texas Bankruptcy Judge Marvin Isgur to exit bankruptcy. The US-based radio station owner originally filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in order … Continue reading

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