“That's what you are, but what am I?” You might expect a lame remark like that to be employed as a retort by an underage antagonist on an elementary school playground or a superannuated adolescent in a Pee Wee Herman movie, but not as a comeback from mature counsel in a courtroom.
Search Youtube or Google Images for “predator becomes prey” and you’ll find incredible but real examples of the tables being turned by intended victims: bunnies getting the best of snakes, house cats intimidating alligators, octopi engulfing sharks, wild boar goring leopards, etc.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Legal Newsline) – Garlock Sealing Technologies, the company that successfully argued asbestos attorneys were gaming the compensation system, has filed four lawsuits against law firms.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Legal Newsline) – A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Friday that asbestos attorneys have been withholding evidence while pursuing claims against Garlock Sealing Technologies and has ordered the company’s bankruptcy trust to be much smaller than the $1 billion-plus figure for which the attorneys argued.
“I was so unhappy with the way that some people refused to accept the facts,” Hillary Clinton confided in an interview with The Associated Press last week.
You're having a romantic dinner in an expensive restaurant, telling a lovely woman how much you love her when, all of a sudden, another lovely woman walks up and interrupts.
Troy Chandler of Williams Kherkher Hart Boundas in Houston
Troy Chandler of Williams Kherkher Hart Boundas in Houston CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Legal Newsline) - An Texas asbestos law firm is being accused of fraud by a company that claims the firm produced two different versions of how its client fell ill in an effort to boost recovery.
McNulty B.F. Goodrich and Guard-Line have recently been named as defendants in a lawsuit alleging they exposed the late Roland Roberts to asbestos during his refinery career.
Texas trial lawyers surpassed their 2008 benchmark for campaign spending, shelling out $13.6 million so far in 2010, with famed Houston hurricane attorney Steve Mostyn providing almost half the cash.