Posts tagged "Texas Super Lawyers"

Remembering Gregory Coleman

We were stunned and deeply saddened to learn of the loss of Gregory Coleman of YetterColeman, who died in a plane crash Tuesday evening. Coleman, an appellate lawyer who graced the cover of the 2010 edition of Texas Super Lawyers, was known for many things in his remarkable career, including serving as the state's first solicitor general, clerking for Justice Clarence Thomas, making many successful appearances before the U.S. Supreme Court, and just being one of the nicest guys around. He certainly was to us. Our condolences to his family.

Greg Coleman takes post-conviction DNA testing argument to Supreme Court

Less than one hour before Henry Skinner was to be executed in Texas in March, he learned that the Supreme Court had stayed his death sentence and would be reviewing his case, which concerned his requests for DNA testing. Today, the case will be heard before the highest court.

In the new issue of Texas Super Lawyers

Frank Branson was a lousy waiter, but what a lawyer

In the current issue of Texas Super Lawyers, Frank Branson, a perennial top 10 lawyer on our lists, reveals that being fired from Steak & Ale was the biggest boost to his legal career. Read the complete story of this plaintiff powerhouse.