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By Monica Velazquez
To enjoin or not to enjoin – that certainly was the pivotal question answered today with respect to the legal fight over the FLSA Final Overtime Rule issued in May 2016.
By Judith Blakeway
Jonathan Barnett signed an employment contract agreeing to work for DynCorp, a private contractor that provided logistic support to the United States Army in Kuwait
By Michael Walsh
On December 16, 2016, the State Bar of Texas will host a Webcast on the FDA and Off-Label Uses of Medical Products.
By Sujata Ajmera
On November 14, 2016, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a revised version of the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9.
By Daniel Butcher
Texas Lawyer featured Strasburger's managing partner, Dan Butcher, in an article capturing the thoughts of law firm leaders on possible changes to the practice of law in the wake of the election.
By Michael Walsh
Because of language enacted in December 2015 as part of the 2016 Omnibus Appropriations Bill, the FDA delayed enforcement of the Menu Labeling Rule until one year after it published its final guidance.
By Tate Hemingson
Texas Supreme Court recently confirmed that mandamus relief remains available for overbroad discovery orders.
By Judith Blakeway
Contractual forum-selection clauses are generally enforceable in Texas.
By Robert O'Boyle
In Torres v. SGE Management, LLC, No. 14-20128 (5th Cir. Sept. 30, 2016), an en banc Fifth Circuit ruled 11-to-5 that the trial court properly certified a class of the victims of an alleged pyramid scheme.
By Michael Walsh, Katherine McGahey
The First Amendment protects not only the act of speaking, but also the affirmative act of not speaking.
By Jadd Masso
In the Passmore opinion, the court held that Texas' requirement regarding expert reports in healthcare claims pursuant to Section 74.351 of the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code was procedural in nature...
By David Gorski
Patent holders and applicants have seen an almost unchecked string of patent ineligibility holdings in U.S. courts and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office decisions related to software-implemented patents.
By Monica Velazquez
For more than a year, we have been warning employers that FLSA changes to the overtime exemption rules were coming.
By Kelly Leonard
An expert's opinion admitted into evidence without objection generally constitutes probative evidence, even if the basis for the opinion is unreliable – that is, it is some evidence.
By Michael Walsh
On September 1, 2016 the FDA issued its Notice of Public Hearing on Manufacturer Communications Regarding Unapproved Uses of Approved or Cleared Medical Products (FDA's Off-Label Hearing).
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