Hello, my name is Mishty Deb. I started this blog because as a founding partner of the Dallas law firm LaSusa & Deb, PLLC I am lucky to be working with passionate women entrepreneurs and I have seen their struggles first hand in finding good resources. I have also been incredibly lucky to have developed a network of women who are my peers, mentors, and supporters, which is something I know a lot of maverick women trying to make big changes don’t have. I wanted to create a forum for women by women because so many legal forums are targeted towards a male perspective of the law. My vision is to create a forum for discussion about inspirational women, current events, and legal hot topics. I hope to inspire and inform, as well create a place for women to connect.
Ladies, if you weren’t paying attention you might have missed last months AT&T case, where U.S. District Judge Susan Illston in San Francisco approved an $105 million dollar settlement for cramming. $80 million of which AT&T must pay for the purposes of consumer refunds. That’s …Read More
Justices Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor joined Justice Ginsburg in her dissent to the recent Supreme Court ruling to uphold the Texas Voter ID legislation. Justice Ginsburg wrote: “The potential magnitude of racially discriminatory voter disenfranchisement counseled hesitation before disturbing the District Court’s findings and …Read More
Judge Thokozile Masipa is only the second black woman to become a Judge in South Africa. The oldest of 10 children and a former social worker, she is a historic figure. Recent death threats due to the case, State v Oscar Pistorius, have caused her and her …Read More
The fact that Malala Yousafzai’s nobel prize is being categorized as “polarizing” is sad indeed. It shows a strange phenomena where her own country hesitates to claim her proudly. If you don’t know who she is Malala is a young woman who, supported by her …Read More
Last week at the TML (Texas Municipal League) conference I had the pleasure of listening to Gloria Campos speak on the importance of women in governance and political discourse. To those of you who don’t know Gloria Campos she was the inspirational face of women …Read More