Austin’s Own B2 Management and Consulting Gets National Media Exposure

The following is a link to a Huffington Post article on Austin’s B2 Management, a national leader in the legal industry when it comes to handling the back office needs of law firms: … Continue reading

Lloyd Gosselink Announces Addition of Two Associates

Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C. has announced the appointment of two associates – Jamie L. Mauldin and Lauren S. Marti. Mauldin joins the firm’s Energy and Utility Practice Group and focuses on administrative law in the area of public … Continue reading

Austin-Based Legal Technology Company Makes Acquisition

Mitratech, a leading provider of Enterprise Legal Management solutions, announced today it has acquired Viewabill. The acquisition expands Mitratech’s portfolio of solutions for corporate legal department and law firm collaboration. Viewabill provides corporate clients with real-time insight into their law … Continue reading

K&L Gates Absorbs Administrative Law Firm

K&L Gates LLP has expanded its Austin office with the addition of environmental and administrative law practitioners Bill Moltz, Steve Morton, and Janessa Glenn. The three lawyers join K&L Gates from Austin’s Moltz Morton & Glenn, LLP, where they together represented … Continue reading

Attorney Amanda J. Cochran-McCall joins Bickerstaff as an Associate

Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP has announced that attorney Amanda J. Cochran-McCall has joined the firm as an associate in the Austin office. Cochran-McCall practices in the areas of general civil litigation, employment law, constitutional law, and administrative law. She … Continue reading

Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody Adds Shareholder to Team

Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody has announced the hire of Kristina Rollins as a shareholder. Rollins will work within the firm’s administrative and regulatory litigation practice, where she will advise clients in several issues relating to public utility law and regulatory policy. … Continue reading

Texas Court of Appeals holds there is no right under the Administrative Procedure Act to seek judicial review of a state agency’s denial of a petition for rulemaking

By Dale Wainwright, W. Stephen Benesh, Davison W. Grant and Elizabeth Kozlow Marcum, of Bracewell & Giuliani LLP On July 23, 2014, the Austin Court of Appeals held that Texas trial courts lack subject matter jurisdiction under the Texas Administrative Procedure Act … Continue reading

Greenberg Traurig Hires Energy Attorney for Austin Office

The Austin office of the international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has added Dane McKaughan as a shareholder in its Global Energy and Infrastructure practice. McKaughan has broad experience in representing clients in contested rate proceedings before the Railroad Commission of … Continue reading

K&L Gates Hires New Attorney for Austin Office

K&L Gates has announced that Dylan Drummond has been hired as counsel in its Austin office. Drummond’s experience lies in commercial litigation, state and federal appeals, administrative law, environmental law and construction law. He currently serves on several boards for … Continue reading

Austin Attorney Begins Judicial Appointment Today

Austin attorney Elizabeth H. Drews, previously a partner at Husch Blackwell, begins her duty today as an administrative law judge for the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings. Before entering private practice, Drews served nine years as an administrative law judge, first with the … Continue reading