Monthly Archives: February 2016

What’s A Reasonable Hourly Rate For A Copyright Litigator? Hint: Not $595/Hour According To Judge Boyle

On January 14, 2016, Judge Boyle issued an Order (available here) in Spear Marketing v.  BancorpSouth Bank ruling on the prevailing defendants’ requests for attorney’s fees. The Court found that the defendants were entitled to attorney’s fees under the Texas … Continue reading

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Judge McBryde Tosses Purported Class Action Against Texas Wesleyan and Texas A&M

On January 14, 2016, Judge McBryde entered an Order (available here) that dismissed the first amended complaint filed by plaintiffs in a purported class action lawsuit against Texas Wesleyan and Texas A&M. Plaintiffs, graduates of Texas Wesleyan School of Law, … Continue reading

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