Nadia lends her insight on career changes and networking in the latest Above the Law series about motherhood and the legal profession in collaboration with MothersEsquire. Read the full article here.
Recently in In re Hartford Cas. Ins. Co., 01-22-00926-CV (Tex. App. Jul 18, 2023), Hartford Casualty Insurance Company filed a petition for a writ of mandamus challenging the trial court’s order compelling the deposition of a Hartford corporate representative. (Click here for the opinion) The court of appeals granted the petition. In granting the mandamus,
On July 10th I had the pleasure of volunteering for the Austin Bar Association’s Veterans’ Legal Advice Clinic. It was the first time I had volunteered, because I thought my background in personal injury was not really relevant to any needs of our veterans. However, I soon realized that there were other skillsets that I
One of the most difficult tasks a trial lawyer has at trial is asking the jury to compensation for noneconomic damages. Trial lawyers try to cover this topic during voir dire (jury selection), but it is often met with confusion and more questions from the panel. Noneconomic damages are damages that are beyond medical bills