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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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  • $175 Million Verdict in Trinity Industries Guardrail Case
    $175 Million Verdict in Trinity Industries Guardrail Case

    On October 21, 2014, a jury found Trinity Industries, the company that produces thousands of safety guardrails for highways across America, of defrauding the U.S. government and secretly changing the ...

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  • Meningitis Outbreak Grows
    Meningitis Outbreak Grows

    The number of people sickened by a nationwide meningitis outbreak has risen to at least 91 patients in nine states, with seven deaths, health officials said Sunday, and potentially hundreds more could ...

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  • IRS Whistleblower Awarded $104 million
    IRS Whistleblower Awarded $104 million

    The AP (9/12) reports that the IRS has "awarded an ex-banker $104 million for providing information about overseas tax cheats - the largest amount ever awarded by the agency." Bradley Birkenfeld ...

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  • Texas Supreme Court Hears Argument in Parkland Whistleblower Case
    Texas Supreme Court Hears Argument in Parkland Whistleblower Case

    A lawyer for a demoted Parkland Memorial Hospital trauma surgeon on Wednesday urged the Texas Supreme Court to protect the doctor and other government employees who report wrongdoing through internal ...

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