Litigation
Amicus Brief: Low-Income Parties Shouldn’t Pay a “Pauper’s Price” for Access to Federal Courts

Does the historic presumption that court records should be open to the public mean that indigent and low-income litigants can’t make historically private financial information sealable from public disclosure or reviewable ex parte? This is the question raised in the U.S. Supreme Court case Sai v. United States Postal Service No. 14-646.

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Construction
Homeowners Not Entitled to a "Windfall" From Surplus in Community Development Fund
In 1997, League City, Texas, created the League City Public Improvement District to fund improvements for the proposed master planned community of Magnolia Creek. Planned improvements included street lights, drainage facilities and sidewalks.
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Healthcare
Bradley Lawyers Negotiate Mergers and Acquisitions for National Healthcare Services Company
One of the country’s largest publicly traded hospital companies requires ongoing skilled legal assistance for its involvement in complicated mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures of hospitals and other non-hospital healthcare facilities.
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