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Why Did a Federal Judge Sentence a Terminally Ill Mother to 75 Years for Health Care Fraud?
National Law Journal
September 15, 2017
Why Did a Federal Judge Sentence a Terminally Ill Mother to 75 Years for Health Care Fraud?
Law.com
September 15, 2017
The Heroes Behind Jackson Walker, Gray Reed’s Relief Efforts
Texas Lawbook
September 6, 2017 - The Texas Lawbook is providing constant updates on Hurricane Harvey’s impact on the legal community. Along with several Texas attorneys, Gray Reed is proud that two of the firm's lawyers have been in...
After Hurricane Harvey, What Will Your Builders' Risk Policy Pay For?
Engineering News Record
September 6, 2017
Fracking Sand Rights Dispute Can't Be Heard In Texas Court
Law360
July 28, 2017 - On appeal, Gray Reed attorneys obtained dismissal of a Plaintiffs’ lawsuit claiming over $100,000,000 in damages against the firm's client. The client objected to the personal jurisdiction of Texas c...
Top Texas Supreme Court Rulings Of 2017: Midyear Report
Law360
July 7, 2017
Interview with the Honorable Jim Moseley
The Appellate Advocate - State Bar of Texas Appellate Section Report
Summer 2017
Changes to Immigration Policy Could Impact Contractors
Constructor Magazine
July/August 2017
Tardy 232 Muddies Decision, Customer Relations
American Metal Market
June 20, 2017
East Texas Loses Lure For Patent-Infringement Lawsuits
Texas Standard
June 6, 2017
East Texas Loses Lure For Patent-Infringement Lawsuits
KUT 90.5 - NPR Austin
June 2, 2017
KC Pipe Alleges It Was Not Paid More Than $85,000 For Pipes
Southeast Texas Record
May 17, 2017
Potential Impact of the American Health Care Act
KTRH-FM
May 5, 2017
Potential Impact of the American Health Care Act
KRLD
May 5, 2017
Law Firms React to Real Estate Growth
Texas Real Estate Business
May 2017
Texas Firms Eye Energy Uptick After Weathering Downturn
Law360
April 21, 2017
Don’t Let ICE Put The Heat On You
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
April 17, 2017
Valve Maker's Lawsuit Alleges Trade Secrets Theft
Southeast Texas Record
March 31, 2017
Social Media & Physical Harm
KPRC - Houston
March 26, 2017
2017’s Cities Most Affected by Trumpcare
WalletHub
March 20, 2017
How Russian Oil Giant Rosneft Could Claim U.S. Oil
CBSnews.com
March 9, 2017
Lawmakers File Property Tax Bills
Community Impact Newspaper
February 17, 2017
The Wackiest Things Small Business Owners Try to Deduct
Credit.com, MSN.com, USAToday.com
February 10, 2017
What are the Pitfalls of Talking Politics at Work?  
KTRH-FM
February 8, 2017
Fifth Circuit Says Solar Plant Suit Belongs In Texas Court
Law360
February 6, 2017 - In the fall of 2015, Gray Reed clients Centaurus Renewable Energy LLC and Grand View PV Solar Two LLC launched their lawsuit against Helix Electric LLC and several related companies. At the time...
5 Expert Tax Tips for Small Business Owners
Nav.com
January 28, 2017
Fourteen Healthcare Thought Leaders on President Trump's Executive Order on the ACA
Becker's ACS Review
January 24, 2017
Yes, You Can Still Get Fired For Having Tattoos
AVVO.com
January 24, 2017
Latest Ruling on Eminent Domain Eases Fears of Texas Pipeline Builders
Dallas Morning News
January 11, 2017
Setting The Record Straight: Why A Class Action is Superior in Syngenta Litigation
January 4, 2017 - Pat Stueve, co-lead counsel, explains why a class action is the superior way to try the case against Syngenta and why corn farmers should participate rather than filing individual lawsuits. 
Like Barbacoa, Big Red and the Breakfast Taco, Michelada Belongs to S.A.
San Antonio Express News
December 21, 2016 - The binational popularity of the spicy spiking of beer to create what’s known as a michelada led to a commercial product and a trademark dispute that found its way into the federal courthouse. The d...
Arbitration in Louisiana: Does a calculating error mean an award can be struck down?
Louisiana Record
December 18, 2016
Why The Expanded Overtime Rule is Unlikely to Ever Take Effect
Dallas Business Journal
December 1, 2016
Clock Ticks After Judge Temporarily Blocks Overtime Pay Law, But What Should Business Owners Do?
Austin Business Journal
November 30, 2016
Plenty of Questions Still Surround Blocked OT Pay Law
Dallas Business Journal
November 28, 2016
Wage Gauge - Getting Employers Ready for the New Overtime Rules
Texas Bar Journal
September 2016
Dallas Business Journal Profiles Andy Meyercord
September 20, 2016
Accountable Care Organization Waivers: The Evolution of Different ACO Models
American Health Lawyers Association Business Physician Organizations, Vol. 19, Number 2
June 2016
Yates Memo, Whistleblowers Poised to Influence Fraud Enforcement
Fierce Health Payer Anti-Fraud
May 31, 2016
Battle Over Air Ambulance Pay Lands in Arkansas
Arkansas Business
May 30, 2016
North Texas Panel: Government Cracking Down on Healthcare Fraud, Compliance
Dallas Business Journal
May 25, 2016
Due Diligence and HIPAA: Issues Pertaining to Complete Disclosure and the Limitations Imposed to Protect Privacy Considerations
American Health Lawyers Association Business Law & Governance, Vol. 9, Number 1
April 2016
Commercial Transaction Resources
Practical Law (Thomson Reuters)
March 30, 2016 - Gray Reed attorney Russell Jumper developed Texas law-specific commercial transaction resources for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law , a go-to legal resource for attorneys. Russell’s work includes: ...
End of Life Planning
CBS' Plugged In To DFW
March 19, 2016 - Gray Reed attorney Greg Sampson recently spoke with Kara Gordon at CBS’s Plugged In To DFW about end of life planning. Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Leg...
Pay Your Fair Share (And No More) of Property Taxes in Texas
Texas Real Estate Business
March 4, 2016 - Pay Your Fair Share (And No More) of Property Taxes in Texas By David Leonard , Scott Funk and Jonathan Hyman March 4, 2016    The collapse of oil and natural gas prices has re...
Firm Targets Training Rooms’ Revenue Potential
Street & Smith's Sports Business Daily Global Journal
February 22, 2016
A "Whole" New World: Hospital - Physician Alignment After the Affordable Care Act
Journal of Health & Life Sciences
November 9, 2015
We Asked A Lawyer What to Do if You’ve Been Screwed by an Arbitration Clause
Vice Media
November 5, 2015
Gag Clauses in Company Contracts
KTRH Radio
November 5, 2015
Jailbreaking Phones Allowed Under Ruling
KTRH
November 2, 2015
Resignation of Privileges Prior to Notice of a Formal Investigation: Beware of Falling into a Reporting Trap
American Health Lawyers Association Medical Staff, MedStaff News, Vol. 14, Number 2
November 2015
Planned Parenthood Medicaid Participation
KXXV-TV
October 19, 2015 - VIDEO: Interviewed in this segment about the recent defunding of Planned Parenthood in Texas is Patrick Souter, J.D., part-time lecturer in healthcare law at the Baylor Law School.
Tips for IRS Audits: Be prepared
The Ambulatory M&A Advisor
September 21, 2015 - Everybody has the uneasy feeling that the IRS will one day send that notification that they or their company have been selected to be audited.  Though this may be a daunting experience, lawyers and C...
Twitter Faces Privacy Lawsuit
AM 740 KTRH News Radio
September 17, 2015
Gray Reed & McGraw Celebrates 30-Year Anniversary
September 9, 2015
Oil and Gas Title Opinions: Structure, Format and Style
South Texas College of Law 28th Annual Energy Law Institute
September 2, 2015
Voter ID Law Struck Down, Paxton Indictment, and Blue Bell Making Comeback: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News
Houston Public Media News 88.7
August 7, 2015
Failed Sysco deal could signal problems for large M&A
Houston Business Journal
June 29, 2015
Jack Emmott Honored for Collaborative Law Work
Texas Lawyer
June 26, 2015
AT&T $100 Million Dollar Fine
KDFW
June 17, 2015
Media Appearances Surrounding the Astros/Cardinals Hacking Investigation
various
June 17, 2015 - Gray Reed & McGraw internet law attorney Travis Crabtree appeared on several Houston TV stations to discuss allegations that the St. Louis Cardinals hacked into the computer system of the Houston Ast...
Fallout from the FBI Hacking Investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals and the Houston Astros
Sports Radio 610
June 16, 2015 - Gray Reed & McGraw internet law attorney Travis Crabtree talked with Sports Radio 610's "The Triple Threat" show about the FBI's investigation that the St. Louis Cardinals hacked into the computers o...
Hospital Employment of Physicians: What Should a Physician Consider
Dallas Medical Journal
May 18, 2015
Closing a Medical Practice: Steps on the Road to Retirement
Dallas Medical Journal
May 18, 2015
Appeals Court Hears Arguments in Eagle Ford Shale Lawsuit
San Antonio Express-News
May 15, 2015
Numbers Flat at Top 25 Firms in Summer Associate Survey
Texas Lawyer
May 15, 2015
Remember the Alamo, Beer Makers and Trademark Attorneys
Texas Lawyer
May 11, 2015
Exclusionary Uses: Provisions in Transition
Texas Real Estate Business
May 11, 2015
Two Syngenta Suits Return to State Court and More May Follow
Thomson Reuters
May 7, 2015
Investing in the United States
Practical Law
April 29, 2015
Making Rain: Serving Rather Than Selling
Cordell Parvin's Blog
April 9, 2015
Policy Perspective – Enhancing Public Safety and Saving Taxpayer Dollars: The Role of Mental Health Courts in Texas
Texas Public Policy Foundation Center for Effective Justice
April 2015
Gray Reed Hires Five-Member Litigation Team in Houston
Law360
March 30, 2015
Gray Reed Hires Five Lateral Litigators from Beirne, Maynard
Texas Lawyer
March 30, 2015
Shale Gas Production Litigation Centers on Product Failures and Accidents - Not Ground Water Pollution
World Risk and Insurance News
March 25, 2015
Attys In Riceland MDL Win Cert. In Fight To Recover Fees
Law360
March 20, 2015
Curling Street
The Roadmap - Published by the Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
March 2015
Practical Tips for Drafting Noncompetes: Lessons Learned from the Courthouse
State Bar of Texas Corporate Counsel Newsletter
Winter 2015
The Top Three Obstacles for Construction Producers
Insurance Business America
February 25, 2015
Five Ways to Protect your IP in a Startup
Houston Business Journal
February 24, 2015 - Starting a business has its fair share of challenges, from finding capital to figuring out a name, but one of the most important things on the checklist should be protecting your intellectual property.
Corn's Price Drop Subject of Suit
El Campo News-Leader
February 4, 2015
Agency as an Affirmative Defense
Dallas Bar Headnotes
January 27, 2015
Super Bowl Betting Pools May Be Illegal
KTRH Radio
January 26, 2015
You Saw What? Where? About Whom? Improper Use and Disclosures of Protected Health Information Through Social Media
American Health Lawyers Association Physician Organizations
January 2015
Texas Firms Have Optimistic Outlook for 2015
Texas Lawyer
December 25, 2014
More Energy, More Deals, More Disputes
JAMS Newsletter
December 22, 2014
Twenty States Climb Aboard Syngenta GMO Corn Class Actions
December 19, 2014 - Law360, Los Angeles (December 18, 2014, 8:37 PM ET) -- Illinois, Colorado, Minnesota and 17 other states have joined class actions in Kansas and Missouri filed by corn farmers, grain exporters and ot...
Contributing Author - Bankruptcy Treatise
Bloomberg Law
December 19, 2014
Are Facebook Threats Protected Speech?
KTRH Radio
December 2, 2014
Dallas Suburb Votes to Ban Fracking, but the Fight is Far from Over
LXBN TV
November 19, 2014
HBA Legal Initiative Series Serves Veterans of all Eras
Houston Lawyer
November 18, 2014
Selected Issues to Consider When Drafting Healthcare Transactions
Dallas Bar Headnotes
November 6, 2014
Facebook Knows How You'll Vote
KTRH Radio
October 29, 2014
Pro Bono Spotlight: Taylor Lamb
State Bar of Texas Blog
October 23, 2014
A Bold Step Toward Solving Texas' Road Woes
Texas Tribune
October 22, 2014
Three Steps to Better Blogging
Everything Matters
October 17, 2014 - Good writing is good writing, right? Yes and no. Readers’ expectations for a blog are far different than for a trade journal or newspaper. Blogging started as a form of an online journal so the styl...
Attorney: Texas asbestos decision ‘absolutely not’ gaining traction in other jurisdictions
Washington Examiner
September 29, 2014 - ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) – A Texas defense attorney recently said that as asbestos litigation changes, the laws governing legal causation must also change – and the recent Bostic decision from th...
Baker Botts loses tax partner Dan Kroll to Houston office of Gray Reed & McGraw
Tax Grotto
September 18, 2014 - Gray Reed & McGraw has announced the addition of tax attorney Dan Kroll to the firm’s Houston office. Dan’s practice concentrates on federal income tax, partnership and corporate law matters, primar...
Gray Reed Scoops Up Baker Botts Partner
Law360
September 17, 2014 - Gray Reed & McGraw has lured a 20-year Baker Botts veteran over to its Houston office to work on joint venture structuring and tax planning, the firm said Monday.  
Workplace Uniform Requirements
KRLD Radio
September 12, 2014 - KRLD's Mitch Carr interviewed Gray Reed's Michael Kelsheimer about the possibility of some stores, like Walmart and Starbucks, requiring their employees to purchase workplace uniforms. Click here to...