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Articles written by Erin Carlyle

Helping the Defrauded

Nobody fights harder to recapture lost savings for his clients than Jason Braun

As he pored over the paperwork in his Houston office in late 2009, Jason A. Braun felt his indignation rising. He stared at the numbers: the black-and-white reckoning of an elderly man’s legacy, more than $20 million of it plundered. Braun’s client was gifted with a mind that had been so sharp that he could accurately predict whether distressed companies could be salvaged. By himself, he did the types of complex financial valuations that usually took teams of accountants. Then dementia and …

The Bulldog

Bob Hilliard takes on the cases other lawyers won’t touch—and wins

Bob Hilliard watched the men dash beneath the Paso del Norte border bridge. He saw the officer jump from his bicycle, chase them, and aim. Then he heard the gunshots and a woman, crying out in Spanish. In the aftermath, a 15-year-old boy lay flat on his back, his green T-shirt crumpled, blood spurting in red waves from his face. The cell phone video, filmed on the Mexican side of the border, was grainy. But it was clear enough for Hilliard: An innocent teenager had been murdered by the U.S. …

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