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HOUSTON -- Authorities say an intoxicated Dallas woman who was on a first date with a prominent Houston trial lawyer caused at least $300,000 in damage to his art collection, including two Andy Warhol paintings.
The big banks and their lobbyist groups are calling this a victory for U.S. consumers, saying that arbitration is faster and the rules would have been an economic stimulus package for class-action trial lawyers.
Where there is pain and suffering, there are trial lawyers looking to make a buck.
Not for nothing, but Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine -- who has promised a major announcement on Nov. 1, immediately following the convention -- and Orlando trial lawyer John Morgan will also reportedly be in attendance.
Nieves’ trial lawyer Dan Marquez, an El Paso County public defender, could not immediately be reached for comment.
But the SARMs industry, including one of the large online vendors that licenses its name from Mr. Hughes, has come up against a formidable foe: a trial lawyer who is trying to banish the substance from the online marketplace.
Dougherty’s death sentence was reduced to life in prison in 2012, due to the ineffectiveness of his trial lawyer.
That included Brian Beckcom, a trial lawyer in Memorial who represents 200 clients including his wife's uncle who has been living in a tent in his driveway since his home was inundated.
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