Thursday, February 4, 2016

Houston Legal Links 2/4/2016

Originally published by Mary Flood.

Top legal links include: Videographer in Planned Parenthood case to be offered probation; Viral Texas Law Hawk ads launch young attorney into role in Taco Bell’s Super Bowl product promotion; Specialty publisher sues over office sharing of articles (Chron subsc); Robert Durst Pleads Guilty to Gun Charges, Setting Up Possible Murder Trial; 5 Lawyers Move to Alston & Bird in Dallas From Bracewell (Texas Lawyer); Harris County Leads Country in Exonerations. Again.; Judges & judicial candidates are spamming again – stop it!; Suit: 650 faulty room-door locks at Houston Crowne Plaza on Kirby; Brother of man accused of shooting HPD officer arrested after threatening witnesses; Son of Episcopal Priest Gets Life Sentence for Killing Parents and 5-year-old Brother; As Supreme Court Prepares to Hear Historic Immigration Case, Texas Explains its Strategy; 5th Circuit: Expert Witness Can’t Sue Over Censure (Texas Lawyer); Abbott, 9 other governors file brief supporting Texas’ anti-abortion law; Don’t Worry Everyone, Greg Abbott Is Totally Against Rape; Caldwell, Cassady & Curry Nails Apple with $625 million Patent Infringement Verdict in EDTX (Texas Lawbook); Border Patrol agent pleads not guilty in decapitation death; Port Authority saw record tons of cargo in 2015 & Halliburton poised to offer Baker Hughes deal concessions to EU.

For the water cooler: Oops! Jury Summons Instructs People To Call Sex Hotline; Video game violates copyright by using tattoos of NBA stars, suit alleges; OJ Simpson: Ads for TV series about my murder trial are too hard on Johnnie Cochran; When You Work For A Law Firm That’s Designated As A Hate Group, This Is What People Say About You; After years of legal battle, Mexican immigrant becomes a New York lawyer; Greenberg Traurig acknowledges merger talks with UK law firm; What software products are essential to your law practice?; A Celebrity On Trial For Kinky Sex Beatings; Bank tellers may pose greater threat to customers than hackers, NY Times says; Michigan Judge Sentences Cop, But Indicts Whole Damn System That Created Him; Georgetown Law Tells Students: No Political Campaigning on Campus; Former general counsel will receive $850K for alleged defamation by his onetime employer; How long has Justice Thomas declined to ask oral argument questions? An anniversary nears; Posner opinion upholds lifetime GPS bracelet for sex offender who isn’t ‘just a harmless old guy’ & Judge OKs criminal case against Bill Cosby, rejects immunity argument.

Curated by Texas Bar Today. Follow us on Twitter @texasbartoday.

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