Texas Lawyer has selected Bill Swanstrom, Vice Chair of Locke Lord’s Executive Committee and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Energy Practice Group, and Robert Miller, Chair of Locke Lord’s Texas Public Law Section and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Public Law and Policy Practice Group, as 2019 Texas Trailblazers.
Foley & Lardner represented Nashville-based SmileDirectClub (NASDAQ:SDC) in connection with a multi-million dollar package of private and public incentives, including over $2 million from the Texas Enterprise Fund, a marquee job creation fund of Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
NEW YORK – Ten New York trial lawyers with The Lanier Law Firm have earned recognition from a leading peer-review rating guide for their representation of people harmed by dangerous products or through corporate negligence.
Aaron Holt will be speaking at the HR Houston LEGALkwik. LEGALkwik is a half-day program featuring 13 short power-packed presentations of up to 12 minutes each (TED-Style Talk) by leading employment law experts, followed by an open floor Q&A session.
Now in its fifth consecutive year, our annual Energy and Commodities Conference offers legal insight into recent developments, challenges and opportunities facing our domestic U.S. and global energy and commodities markets.
As the sophistication and frequency of cyber threats continues to rise, so too does the risk to sensitive data and other critical business assets, keeping corporations, governments, and individuals on high alert.
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Juan Vizcaino – doing business as Vizcaino LP in Odessa, Texas – has paid $45,945 in back wages to 22 employees hired under the H-2B temporary visa program and two U.S. workers hired during the recruitment period for guest workers. The employer also has paid $24,120 in civil money penalties to settle the H-2B violations.
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Aztec Construction Inc. – doing business as RSP Aztec Construction Inc. in Spring, Texas – has paid $25,380 in back wages to five employees for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act's (FLSA) overtime requirements.
The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the award of $3,590,635 in additional funding to the Texas Workforce Commission for a National Dislocated Worker Grant currently serving dislocated workers at Fort Hood and Red River Army Depot (RRAD), located in Killeen and Texarkana, Texas, respectively.