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D CEO Award Programs

Nominations Open: D CEO’s 2024 Corporate Counsel Awards

The annual program honors top in-house attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth, from outstanding up-and-comer to outstanding general counsel.
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Business

Why Wellness Brand Neora’s Victory May Not Be Good News for Other Multilevel Marketers

The ruling was the first victory for the multilevel marketing industry against the FTC since the 1970s, but may spell trouble for other direct sales companies.
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Media

Has Monty Bennett Hoisted Himself on His Own Petard?

A lawsuit alleges that he broke SEC rules with his Dallas Express.
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Law

The Local Firm Leading the RICO Case Against Dozens of New York Healthcare Defendants

The Willis Law Group is representing a plaintiff claiming that New York construction workers are faking falls and making money for providers, medical facilities, and lawyers.
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D CEO Events

Join D CEO for an Inspiring Conversation with Women Leaders in Law

On March 27, accomplished attorneys will share their perspectives on the topics that are top-of-mind for women in the legal profession.
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Behind the Deal: Why Sidley Austin Is Moving Its Dallas Office

The law firm will occupy the top four-and-a-half floors of 23Springs, a 26-story, Class AA tower underway in Uptown.
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Healthcare

Supreme Court Ruling Means Texas Remains One of Five States in the Country Without Physician Dispensing

After no legislative movement, Texas physicians took their case to the courts to be able to directly dispense medications to their patients.
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Texas’ Gender-Affirming Care Ban and Modern American Refugees

States with gender-affirming care protections are seeing an influx of patient requests, while those who are able to leave have survivor's guilt.
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Healthcare

Physicians Who Lost Their License Elsewhere Can No Longer Practice in Texas

HB 1998 bars physicians who have committed moral turpitude felonies and misdemeanors from practicing in Texas and requires the Texas Medical Board to have closer oversight of physicians.
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Law

Tyrone Day Was Wrongfully Imprisoned for 26 Years. Two Dallas Lawyers Helped Prove His Innocence

The pro-bono work of two Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP lawyers helped vacate Day's guilty plea after more than 30 years.
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