Texas Bar Journal
May 2015 | Volume 78, No. 5
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Identifying fraudulent transfers before it’s too late.
By Mark Torabi
Why you should understand the five tests of civil aiding and abetting in Texas.
By Nelson S. Ebaugh
The lowdown on legal issues.
By Hannah Kiddoo and Lindsay Stafford Mader
Supreme Court Order and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Order
Final approval of amendments to the Texas Rules of Evidence.
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Recess: Hops Man
An Austin attorney searches for the best brews in the bottom of his bucket and beyond.
Interview by Lindsay Stafford Mader
Opinion: Outreach Makes a Difference
By Trey Apffel
Every Company Is an Internet Company
Avoiding the risks of the mobile ecosystem.
By Jason Smith
- State Bar Board Update: State Bar Board Meets in Bastrop
Just Like in the Cartoons
Believe it or not, some of the craziest animated scenarios actually happen in real life. And there are lawsuits to prove it.
By John G. Browning
President’s Opinion: What Legends Are Made Of
By Rebekah Steely Brooker
Firm: R E S P E C T
Forging a meaningful relationship with clients.
By James E. Brill
- Disciplinary Actions
- Movers and Shakers
- Classified Advertising
Page: Fashion Sense
Personal appearance in Texas courts.
By Christopher Ogolla
- News From Around the Bar