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KSAT, August 18, 2017

SAN ANTONIO - A federal prosecutor called a woman who was represented by State Sen. Carlos Uresti "the most significant victim of (Uresti's) alleged criminal conduct. She did not ask to be involved in this case but she is."

Palisades Hudson, August 16, 2017

Many doctors and pharmacists bemoan the omnipresent advertising for prescription drugs prompting viewers to “ask their doctor” about a product that may or may not be the best – or most economical – treatment for a patient’s condition.

Forbes, August 17, 2017

Out-of-state plaintiffs flocked to Philadelphia this year to file lawsuits over prescription drugs, but a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision might deter that practice in the future.

Southeast Texas Record, August 16, 2017

HOUSTON – A foundation lawsuit brought against State Farm Lloyds has been continued once again, primarily because the attorneys who were handling case for Mostyn Law left the firm last month.

The Hill, August 14, 2017

President Trump has been quietly making lifetime appointments to fill more than 100 vacancies on federal courts across the country.

Southeast Texas Record, August 10, 2017

DALLAS – The president of the Texas Association of Consumer Lawyers was recently arrested for assaulting several people while apparently intoxicated.

Austin American Statesman, August 11, 2017

Most Americans have seen those TV ads touting “billions of dollars” set aside for victims of mesothelioma, the lethal cancer associated with asbestos exposure. Few realize that these funds are also at the center of a national controversy that disproportionately affects military veterans.

The Hill, August 8, 2017

In May, President Trump released a budget that shaves $800 billion from Medicaid over a decade. Even if only some of these cuts are enacted, state Medicaid programs will be looking for replacement funds.

Delish, August 9, 2017

When you order a donut, you're probably not buying it because you think it's healthy. However, "fruit-flavored" donuts could be thought of as a better choice (I guess), and customers have not been happy to find out otherwise.

USA Today, March 29, 2015

Ignorance of the law, we are often told, is no excuse. "Every man is presumed to know the law," says a long-established legal aphorism. And if you are charged with a crime, you would be well advised to rely on some other defense than "I had no idea that was illegal."