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  • Cisco to pay $8.6M for defective surveillance software
    Cisco to pay $8.6M for defective surveillance software

    Cisco agreed today to pay $8.6 million to settle a legal case brought forward by a former contractor who accused the company of failing to fix several security flaws and continuing to sell vulnerable ...

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  • Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018
    Dean Gresham Named as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine 2018

    We are excited to announce our own Dean Gresham has once again been named in D Magazine’s list of the “Best Dallas Lawyers” for 2018. This is the ninth consecutive year he has been selected, and he is ...

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  • New TCPA Regulations for Unwanted Calls and Texts
    New TCPA Regulations for Unwanted Calls and Texts

    New TCPA Rules Effective October 16, 2013 If you have been the victim of unwanted marketing calls or text messages, contact Attorney Dean Gresham for a free case evaluation. What is the Telephone ...

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  • Citigroup, Goldman, UBS sued over mortgage-backed securities.
    Citigroup, Goldman, UBS sued over mortgage-backed securities.

    SNL Financial (9/6, Vyas) reports that lawsuits were separately filed in New York State Supreme Court against Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and UBS AG "in connection with losses on $368.7 million in ...

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  • Rulings on faulty Chinese drywall open door to claims against manufacturer
    Rulings on faulty Chinese drywall open door to claims against manufacturer

    The Fort Myers (FL) News-Press (9/6, Wozniak) reports, "New rulings by state and federal judges that say a major manufacturer of defective Chinese drywall can be held accountable in U.S. courts is ...

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  • World Trade Center files lawsuit against airlines over Sept. 11 tragedy
    World Trade Center files lawsuit against airlines over Sept. 11 tragedy

    A judge has ruled that World Trade Center Properties LLC can go forward with its suit against American Airlines and United Continental Holdings Inc. over the Sept. 11 attacks that destroyed the World ...

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