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Our attorneys write for and present to diverse audiences on important topics in a variety of venues. We author articles and papers that are featured in professional and legal publications. We speak and present to business and legal groups, including continuing professional education for clients and other audiences.

Listed below are selected writings and links to publications such as the Capital Newsletter, our Securities Litigation blog, and the Appellate practice blog, Sua Sponte.

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PUBLICATIONS

Antitrust

The Internship Supply–Demand Crisis:  Time for a Solution is Now
Author: Ken Carroll
Training and Education in Professional Psychology, Vol. 3, No. 3, p. 135-139 (2009).

The Noerr-Pennington Doctrine, Chapter VI, What Do We Mean By “Generally Immune”?  The Exceptions To the Immunity
Author: Ken Carroll
American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law (July 2009).

Credit Suisse Securities USA (LLC) v. Billing: One Year Later
Author: Ken Carroll
American Bar Association, Antitrust Section, E&I Update 4 (Fall 2008).

Supreme Court Finds SEC Regulation of IPOs Implicitly Precludes Antitrust
Claims: Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC v. Billing, _ U.S. __, No. 05-1157

Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Securities Litigation / Competition Law Bulletin (July 2007)

Resale Price Maintenance and the Rule of Reason
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Competition Law Bulletin (July 2007)

U.S. Supreme Court Rejects “Parallel Conduct” Pleading Under Section 1 of the Sherman Act, Retires “No Set of Facts” Pleading Standard
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Competition Law Bulletin (June 2007)

Choice of Law and the Geographic Limits of Sate Antitrust Claims in Texas Courts
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Competition Law Bulletin (April 2007)

Texas Class Actions and Res Judicata
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Competition Law Bulletin (April 2007)

Appellate

Interlocutory Appeals in Federal Court:  Gosh, I miss § 51.014
Speaker: Ken Carroll
Dallas Bar Association, Appellate Section, January 2017.

Banking

Fannie Mae Sues Global Banks for Libor Manipulation
Author: Charles Jordan
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2014)

Bankruptcy

Current Case Law Update: Business Bankruptcy (May 2016).
Authors: J. Michael Sutherland and Lisa M. Lucas

Business Litigation

Single-Click ADA Lawsuits:  High-Speed Claims Against Non-Compliant Businesses
Author: John S. Adams
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2017 Issue Two)

Understanding Damages from the In-House Counsel Perspective 
Authors: Monica Latin and Alex More
State Bar of Texas 7th Annual Damages in Civil Litigation Course (February 2015).

New Changes to Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
Author: Debrán O’Neil
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2014)

Understanding the Attorney-Client Privilege
Author: Neal Suit
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2013)

Shareholder Disputes in Closely-Held Companies
Author: Kelli Hinson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2013).

Does the Punishment Fit the Crime? The Struggle to Craft Remedies in Shareholder
Oppression Cases

Authors: Kelli Hinson, Lyndon Bittle and Lance Currie
State Bar of Texas CLE, Damages in Civil Litigation course book (2013).

Delaware Confidential Arbitration Proceedings Found Unconstitutional
Author: Neal Suit
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2012)

Protecting the Secrets of In-House Counsel
Author: Kelli Hinson
Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, Vol. 37, No. 9, Pg. 10 (September 2012).

Determining Jurisdiction for Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims
Author: Diane M. Sumoski
Dallas Bar Association, Judiciary Committee CLE (August 2, 2012)

Recent Developments and Trends in Discovery
Authors: Monica Latin and Sara Romine
State Bar of Texas 35th Annual Advanced Civil Trial Course 2012 (July, August, and October 2012)

Attorney Disqualification
Author: Kelli Hinson
National Law Journal (November 2009)

A Lawyer’s Professional Responsibility to Perform Pro Bono Services
Author: Diane M. Sumoski
Dallas Bar Association, Pro Bono Activities Committee, Pro Bono Summit (October 2008)

Expert Advice: Practical Tips for the First Meeting with Your Expert
Author: Diane M. Sumoski
American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Annual Meeting (August 2008)

Assessing Noncompetition Agreements and Minimizing Risk in the Hiring Process
Author: Monica Latin
In-House Litigator, ABA Section of Litigation (Summer 2008).

The International Impact of the Subprime Mortgage Meltdown
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Attorney General Investigations
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in ERISA Litigation
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Regulatory Investigations
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Predatory Lending Litigation
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Reverse Redlining Litigation
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Financial Regulation: The Treasury Department “Blueprint”
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Recent Developments in Repurchase Litigation
Carrington Coleman Subprime Seminar (April 2008)

Enron: Navigating the Civil Side of the Corporate Case of the Century
Author: Diane M. Sumoski
American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Annual Meeting (April 2007)

Construction

Texas Supreme Court Clarifies Contractual Liability Exclusion
Author: Lyndon F. Bittle
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2014)

Supreme Court to Rule on Construction Contract No-Damages-For-Delay Clauses
Author: David Diamond
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2014)

It’s A Risky Business – Allocating Risk In Construction Contracts
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2013)

The Texas Trend Toward Strict Enforcement of Construction Contracts
Author: Neal J. Suit
Dallas Bar Association Headnotes (September 2013)

Common Law Exceptions May Not Apply to the “No Damages for Delay” Clause in Your Construction Contract
Author: Cathy Altman
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2013)

The Shifting Landscape in Construction Contracts: The Texas Anti-Indemnity Act
Author: Neal J. Suit
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2013)

Understanding the Differences Between Indemnity and Exculpatory Clauses
Author: Neal J. Suit
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2013)

A Work in Progress: The Texas Anti-Indemnity Act
Author: Neal J. Suit
Dallas Bar Association (February 2013)

Statutory Form Now Required for Construction Mechanic’s Lien Releases
Author: Kate Glaze
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2012)

Construction Contracts – AIA v. ConsensusDOCS, An Owner’s Perspective
Author: Kate Glaze
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2009)

Where We Are Now With Women And Minority Business Enterprise Programs
The Construction Lawyer (Spring 2009)

Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Recent Circuit Cases Threaten Cramdown Of Lenders in Chapter 11
Authors: J. Michael Sutherland and Lisa Lucas
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Spring 2013)

Cybersecurity

The Hackers Are Here–Are You Covered?
Author:  Lyndon F. Bittle
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2017 Issue Two)

Employment

Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks New Overtime Rules
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 23, 2016)

Reminder – New OSHA Reporting Regulations Will Be Effective Soon
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (August 9, 2016)

All Employers Should Read This Update – New FLSA Regulations Announced
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 18, 2016)

EEOC Issues Guidance on Transgender Discrimination and Access to Bathrooms in the Workplace
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 4, 2016)

DOL’s Final Rule on “White Collar Exemptions” Draws Near.
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (March 22, 2016)

Think Employees Can’t Record Workplace Conversations? Think Again.
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (March 10, 2016)

Changes to EEOC Investigation Procedures.
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (February 22, 2016)

Is Your Worker an Employee Under the FLSA? The DOL Sure Thinks So.
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (July 15, 2015)

Is A Text Message Enough to Report an Employee’s Absence? Maybe So, Even If Your Policy Says Otherwise.
Authors: Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 11, 2015)

IRS Adopts The “State of Celebration” Analysis to Recognize All Legal Same-Sex Marriages
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (September 4, 2013)

Windsor v. United States Has Important Impacts on Employers
Author: Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2013)

Supreme Court Issues Two Important Title VII Rulings Today
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 23, 2013)

New FMLA Regulations Issued
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 8, 2013)

Consumer Arbitration Ruling Suggests Employers Can Contract Around Class Arbitrations
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 2, 2010)

Social Networking Site Use Policy: Part II
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 10, 2010)

Monitoring Employee Emails
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 9, 2010)

Department of Labor Clarifies Definition of In Loco Parentis for FMLA Purposes
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 25, 2010)

Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Limitations Periods in Disparate Impact Cases
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 26, 2010)

Employers Required to Provide Break Time and Private Place for Nursing Mothers
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (May 18, 2010)

Social Networking Site Use Policy
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (February 5, 2010)

College Degree Required: Look Out for Scams
Authors: Mike Birrer and Angelina LaPenotiere
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 12, 2009)

More Changes to FMLA
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 3, 2009)

Time to Get a New Poster
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (October 27, 2009)

Proposed ADA Regulations Will Be Issued This Week
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (September 22, 2009)

U.S. Supreme Court Rules for White Firefighters in Reverse Discrimination Case
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 30, 2009)

Employment Eligibility Verification Form
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 30, 2009)

Supreme Court Rejects Mixed Motives in ADEA Cases
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 18, 2009)

The 81st Texas Legislature
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (June 5, 2009)

EEOC Addresses Caregiver Discrimination
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (April 24, 2009)

Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Noncompetes Under Texas Law
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (April 17, 2009)

Get Ready to Switch Out Your I-9 Forms For Incoming Employees!
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (March 31, 2009)

Admissibility of “Me Too” Evidence in The Post-Medelsohn Era
Authors: Angelina LaPenotiere
American Law Institute | American Bar Association, The Practical Litigator, January 2009

Amendments to the Americans With Disabilities Act
Authors: CCSB Employment Law Group
Carrington Coleman Employment Law Bulletin (November 2008)

Environmental

Texas Supreme Court Will Hear One of Two Court Decisions Influenced by
Environmental Concerns

Authors: Michael Lin
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2013)

Greenhouse Reporting Requirements Impact Large Commercial and Institutional Buildings
Carrington Coleman Real Estate and Environmental Law Bulletin (October 2009)

Climate Change Bill’s Potential Impact on Commercial and Residential Buildings
Carrington Coleman Real Estate and Environmental Law Bulletin (August 2009)

Green Building Leases
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Green Building Write-offs: Energy Efficient Commercial Building Property Deduction Extended
Author: Charles Jordan
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Dallas Green Building Program for New Construction
Carrington Coleman Environmental Law Bulletin (July 2008)

Health Care

Doing Business With Health Care Providers
Co-Authors: Rodney H. Lawson and Debrán O’Neil
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Spring 2013)

Six Things Every Lawyer Should Know About Health Law
Co-Author: Debrán O’Neil
DBA Headnotes (March 2013)

New Far-Reaching HIPAA Rule Applies to More Businesses Than Ever
Author: Rodney H. Lawson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2013)

New Laws Affect the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine
Author: Laura Hebert
(July 2012)

Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 181 Amendments
Author: Rodney H. Lawson
(July 2012)

Credentialing and Peer Review of Health Care Providers: The Process and Protections
Co-Author: Rodney H. Lawson
ALI-ABA (April 2012)

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. A Perspective for the Health Care Industry
Co-Author: Rodney H. Lawson
Carrington Coleman Whitepaper (March 2009)

Insurance

Insurance and Indemnification of Directors and Officers: Avoiding Pitfalls 2011
Authors: Lyndon F. Bittle, and J. Michael Sutherland
Corporate Counsel Review (February 2012)

A Practical Guide to Insurance and Indemnification of Directors and Officers
Authors: Lyndon F. Bittle, J. Michael Sutherland, and Laura E. Herbert
The University of Texas School of Law, 29th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference (November 2010)

D&O Insurance When the Company Goes Broke
Author: Lyndon Bittle
Dallas Bar Association, Headnotes, Vol. 34, Number 8, August 2010

Tensions: Pleading for Liability and Pleading for Coverage
Author: Lyndon Bittle
Dallas Bar Association, Headnotes, December 2008

Are D&O Policies At Risk of Climate Change?
Author: Lyndon Bittle
TIPS Ins. Coverage Litig. Comm. Newsletter (Summer 2008)

Protecting White Hats from the Sins of Dark Hats: The Effect of Severability Clauses on Policy Rescission and Coverage Exclusions
Author: Lyndon Bittle
TIPS Ins. Coverage Litig. Comm. Mid-Year Program (February 2006 and 2007)

Professional Malpractice

Fifth Circuit Affirms Trial Court Ruling that Insurance Company Has No Duty to Retain Independent Counsel in Malpractice Action.  Coats, Rose, Yale, Ryman & Lee, P.C. v. Navigators Specialty Ins. Co., No. 12–10055, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 21350 (5th Cir. Oct. 15, 2012.
Author: Kelli Hinson
LPL eAdvisory, ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liabiity (November 2012)

Protecting the Secrets of In-House Counsel
Author: Kelli Hinson
Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, Vol. 37, No. 9, Pg. 10 (September 2012).

Texas Court of Appeals Holds That State Courts Have Jurisdiction to Hear Legal Malpractice Cases Arising From Federal Antitrust Matters
Author: Kelli Hinson
ABA Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability, LPL eAdvisory (August 2012)

Texas Survey of Professional Liability
Author: Kelli Hinson
SMU Law Review’s Texas Survey, 64 SMU Law Review (2011)

Litigators on Experts: Experts in Legal Malpractice Cases
Authors: Mike Prince and Kelli Hinson
ABA Publishing (2010).

Texas Survey of Professional Liability
Author: Kelli Hinson
SMU Law Review’s Texas Survey, 63 SMU Law Review 729 (2010)

Texas Survey of Professional Liability
Author: Kelli Hinson
SMU Law Review’s Texas Survey, 62 SMU Law Review 1383 (2011)

Texas Survey of Professional Liability
Author: Kelli Hinson
SMU Law Review’s Texas Survey, 61 SMU Law Review 1047 (2008).

Recent Developments in Texas Legal Malpractice Law
Author: Kelli Hinson
St. Mary’s Sixth Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice and Professional Responsibility, 2007.
38 St. Mary’s Law Journal 1003 (2007)

Texas Appellate Court Holds that Legal Malpractice Plaintiffs Must Undergo Independent Medical Examinations as Part of Their “Case-Within-a-Case”
Author: Kelli Hinson
(2007)

Fifth Circuit Holds That Malpractice Plaintiff Has Suffered Compensable Damages Even If Judgment Debt Resulting From Alleged Malpractice Is Discharged in Bankruptcy
Author: Kelli Hinson
(2007)

Texas Survey of Professional Liability
Author: Kelli Hinson
SMU Law Review’s Texas Survey, 60 SMU Law Review 1233 (2007)

What Every Bankruptcy Lawyer Should Know About Legal Malpractice Claims in Texas
Author: Kelli Hinson
Presented at the 26th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference, University of Texas School of Law (2007)

When Negligence Is Not Enough: Proving Causation in a Litigation Malpractice Case
Author: Kelli Hinson
American Bar Association, Commercial and Business Litigation, Vol. 8, Issue 1 (2006)
Reprinted, American Bar Association, Professional Liability Litigation Alert, Vol. IV, Issue 1 (2007)

Utilizing Experts in an Expert Way
Authors: Kelli Hinson
(2006)

Real Estate

Building or Renovating a Home?  Five Ways to Protect Your Home And Your Investment
Author: Kate Glaze
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2017 Issue Two)

The Electronification of the Open Meeting
Author: Charles Jordan
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2013)

New Statutory Defense for Negligently Hiring or Supervising a Convicted Criminal
Author: Corbet Bryant
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2013)

When It Comes To Names And The UCC, You NeedTo Sweat The Small Stuff – Update
Author: Don Hanmer
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2013)

No Longer “Business As Usual” For Texas Property Owner Associations
Author: Bonnie C. Barksdale
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2013)

Texas Homestead Exemptions
Author: Bonnie C. Barksdale
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Spring 2013)

Court Holds That Lost Rental Value is Not Recoverable As Delay Damages
Author: Neal J. Suit
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Spring 2013)

Sufficient Descriptions of Property When a Metes and Bounds or Lot/Block Description is Unavailable
Author: Alex More
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2013)

LIBOR: An Endangered Species?
Author: Charles Jordan
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2012)

SPEs – Banktruptcy Remote? Not So Much
Author: Don Hanmer
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2009)

Protecting the Value of Letters of Credit
Author: Laura Hebert
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2009)

Wellbore Assignments – Some Guidance At Last
Author: David Drumm
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2009)

New Minerals Coverage Available in Texas Title Insurance Policies
Author: Bonnie Barksdale
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2009)

Post-Foreclosure Deficiency Suits Against Borrowers and Guarantors
Author: Bonnie Barksdale
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Dealing With A Shaky Bank? Beware! D’oench, Duhme and 1823(E) Of FIRREA Are Back in the Courts
Author: Don Hanmer
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Climate Change Bill’s Potential Impact on Commercial and Residential Buildings
Carrington Coleman Real Estate and Environmental Law Bulletin (August 2009)

Green Building Leases
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Green Building Write-offs: Energy Efficient Commercial Building Property Deduction Extended
Author: Charles C. Jordan
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Dealing With a Shaky Bank? Beware! D’oench, Duhme And 1823(E) Of FIRREA Are Back In The Courts
Author: Don Hanmer
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

Post-Foreclosure Deficiency Suits Against Borrowers and Guarantors
Author: Bonnie Barksdale
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Summer 2009)

When it Comes to Names and the UCC, You need to Sweat the Small Stuff
Author: Don Hanmer
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (March 2009)

Impacts of LandAmerica Bankruptcy
Author: Charles C. Jordan
Carrington Coleman Real Estate Law Bulletin (December 2008)

Securities and Director and Officer Litigation

Fifth Circuit Adds Guidance for Determining Issues That Should be Decided at Class Certification: Erica P. John Fund v. Halliburton Co.,
___ F.3d ___, No. 12-10544 (2013).

Author: Bryan A. Erman

Supreme Court Limits SEC’s Authority to Seek Civil Penalties: Gabelli v. S.E.C.,
__ U.S. __, No. 11-1274 (2013).

Authors: Bryan A. Erman and Thomas Conner

Supreme Court Removes Barrier to Class Certification in Securities Class Actions: Amgen Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds, __ U.S. __, No. 11-1085 (2013).
Authors: Bryan A. Erman and Thomas Conner

CCSB Bail Out Bulletin No. 3
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Securities Law Bulletin (October 20, 2008)

CCSB Bail Out Bulletin No. 2
Author:Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Securities Law Bulletin (October 8, 2008)

CCSB Bail Out Bulletin No. 1
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Securities Law Bulletin (September 30, 2008)

Recent Developments in Auction Rate Securities Litigation
Author: Bruce Collins
Carrington Coleman Auction Rate Securities Litigation Bulletin (April 2008)

Courts Struggle to Define the Parameters of Honest Services Fraud in the Private Sector
Author: Bruce Collins
(November 2007)

Supreme Court Finds SEC Regulation of IPOs Implicitly Precludes Antitrust
Claims: Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC v. Billing, _ U.S. __, No. 05-1157

Authors: Ken Carroll and Bruce Collins
Carrington Coleman Securities Litigation / Competition Law Bulletin (July 2007)

The Fifth Circuit Raises the Bar for Class Action Certification in Securities Cases Involving the “Fraud-on-the-Market” Presumption: Oscar Private Equity Investments, et al. v. Allegiance Telecom, Inc., et al., No 05-10791 (5th Cir. May 16, 2007)
Author: Ken Carroll
Carrington Coleman Securities Class Actions Bulletin (May 2007)

The Perils of Dismissing Enron as “Different”
Author: Bruce Collins
American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Annual Conference (April 2007)

Tax

Expired Tax Provisions That May Affect You
Author: Mike Peterson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Winter 2014)

Margin Taxes and Leases: Who Should Pay?
Author: Mike Peterson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2012)

Texas Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of Margin Tax
Author: Mike Peterson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Fall 2012)

Over 65 and Thinking of Downsizing?
Author: Mike Peterson
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (March 2009)

Trade Secrets and Non-Competes

Texas Adopts The Uniform Trade Secrets Act
Author: Kyle A. Perkins
Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (Spring 2013)

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