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University of Houston hit with race discrimination suit for ‘failing to hire black’ head football coach
HOUSTON – Dana Holgorsen, the new head football coach for the University of Houston, apparently wasn’t as qualified for the position as Dr. Kevin Simms, who claims to have to have 30 years of coaching experience despite nothing showing up on a Google search.
Dykema Gossett issued the following announcement on Feb. 7.Dykema, a leading national law firm, announced the addition of four attorneys to its growing Dallas office.
Derrick Mitchell, a public finance attorney with almost two decades of experience, has joined Holland & Knight's Houston office as a partner.
HOUSTON – The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity recently responded to a University of Houston student’s state district lawsuit alleging its pledge process caused him to suffer a spleen injury.
HOUSTON – A state district lawsuit asserts that the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity’s pledge process resulted in a University of Houston student sustaining a spleen injury two years ago.
- Letter to the Editor
I have great affection for my alma mater, the University of Texas School of Law, and am grateful for the excellent, affordable, and life-changing education I received there. I have previously reminisced about my student years (here and here), and from time to time have also offered some constructive criticism, mainly directed at the university administration as a whole, particularly regarding the leadership of UT President Greg Fenves.
HOUSTON – Last month, a federal judge granted the University of Houston’s motion for a preliminary injunction in a trademark case brought after South Texas College of Law changed its name to the Houston College of Law.
HOUSTON–The University of Houston has requested an interim injunction in the latest step of its legal battle to keep the former South Texas College of Law from changing its name to the Houston College of Law.
HOUSTON – That so many fraudulent claims were identified in a Texas lawsuit stemming from the 2010 BP Deep Horizon oil spill is an indicator the mass torts system is working as intended, Richard Alderman, director of the University of Houston Consumer Law Center, recently told the SE Texas Record.