Congratulations to our very own Joanna Meinecke, winner of the Houston AdminAwards Loyalty Award.
Wells Fargo is being sued by customers in what may be the first of many lawsuits to come after leaks that employees created unauthorized accounts to increase the bank’s fees.
By Cindy Nations –
Fifty years ago today, Howard L. Nations was licensed to practice law. That was the spark that became the sun. The newcomer who became the legend. The ambitious young man who became a force to reckon with in defense of his clients.
I’m not even going to try to list the accomplishments, the achievements, the recognition and the awards. Suffice it to say that Howard L. Nations has been honored in every way an attorney can be honored.
He is an advocate. He is a leader. He is a teacher. He is a role model not only for me, but for so many others whose lives he has touched.
Let me just say, “Well done, Mr. Nations. Well done.”
Here’s to the next 50 years!
Mazda Motor Corp. is recalling more than 190,000 CX-7 SUVs because of a potentially hazardous steering control defect.
Students in Portland, Oregon Public Schools, the largest school district in Oregon, have not taken a drink from a water fountain in two weeks. After two Portland schools tested high for lead in drinking fountains and sinks, lead issues were exposed at schools and other departments across the metro region.
Prosecutors reported the State Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Health and Human Services embellished and modified reports about lead contamination in the drinking water.