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  • How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way
    How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way

    How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way I'm writing this blog post to ensure that the residents of Arlington understand our firm’s representation of Zack Maxwell in Maxwell v. ...

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  • Texas Open Meetings - Amy Hedtke v. Byron Cook
    Texas Open Meetings - Amy Hedtke v. Byron Cook

    The sign announcing the illegal policy, David Sauceda, the sergeant-at arms who should know better, and Rep. Byron Cook, who thinks himself above state law. In keeping with its support of transparency ...

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  • Norred Law profiled by Texas Homes for Sale!
    Norred Law profiled by Texas Homes for Sale!

    We were recently featured on Texas Homes for Sale, a great place to find the best in Texas Real Estate and Arlington, TX Real Estate . Check out the article at Serving Arlington’s Community with ...

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  • Arlington's Payday Lender Restrictions
    Arlington's Payday Lender Restrictions

    /documents/ProposedPayDayOrdinance.pdf PAYDAY LOANS – The City of Arlington completed its first reading of a proposed payday ordinance last week, which will be again read in another week or two, and ...

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  • The TWU-A&M Diploma Suit, Continued
    The TWU-A&M Diploma Suit, Continued

    This last Monday, November 9th, on behalf of the pre-acquisition graduates of Texas A&M School of Law, we filed the First Amended Complaint in the case against Texas Wesleyan University and Texas A&M ...

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  • Red Light Cameras Appeals Election
    Red Light Cameras Appeals Election

    Arlington responded with the mootness argument, pointing out that the election was irrelevant because the City invoked its at-will termination clause in the ATS contract before the votes were even ...

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