As both an MBA and widely-heralded attorney, Texas litigation lawyer Angel Reyes’ combination of business and litigation acumen comes through in his nuanced analysis. His blog is a multimedia resource with videos, a podcast and a Twitter feed, providing insight & commentary on civil litigation matters from around the United States.
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Several years ago, I wrote an article that sort of "mirrored" Thomas Frank’s "What's the Matter with Kansas." If you haven't read the book, you should. Frank is a terrific writer and an alum - I think same year - of my college, The University of Kansas. Since then, he's...
The Dallas Morning News The Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is one of those great legacy organizations known more for its pioneering history than for modern-day accomplishments. When it marks its diamond jubilee in just three years, its iconic status will be burnished even...
Dallas Business Journal by Matt Joyce, Staff Writer The president and chief executive officer of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has resigned after about 10 months on the job. David Gonzales left the chamber last week to move back...
Dear Sirs, Just wanted to take a moment to tell you how much I enjoyed your book-- Hispanic Heresy. As a 48 year old Hispanic (of Mexican descent) woman whose white husband often tells her is “prejudiced against her own people”, this book was right up my alley. I’m not prejudiced,...
The Berkley Electronic Press has published several works I've composed. For your perusal are the following articles you may find of interest: Examination and Comparison of Hispanic and White Unemployment Rates READ HERE Estimating the Effect of Non-English...
Aug 27, 2011 - 4:12 - N.J. city pays students to fight truancy by giving students $100 to go to class!
July 3, 2011