Jackson Walker VIA Media postcard - July 2012


In This Issue:

- Stacy Allen Speaks:

In Neely et al. v. Wilson et al., the Texas Supreme Court will decide the fate of the third-party allegation rule -- a decision that could have a substantial impact on newsrooms across Texas.

- Newsworthy:

Chip Babcock was selected for inclusion in the Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2012 guide in the nationwide categories of First Amendment Litigation & Litigation: Trial Lawyers and the Texas category of Litigation: General Commercial.

- Bob Latham Reporting:

Bob Latham writes a column (republished by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This month's topic: Star Spangled Blunders - Simple rules for music at sporting events: do play the correct national anthem, don't play anything inappropriate, and always avoid songs written by Sacha Baron Cohen.

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