Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced several promotions among his senior staff, appointing Suzanna Hupp as Director of Government Relations, James Lloyd as Deputy Attorney General for Civil Litigation, and Ryan Walters as Chief of the Special Litigation Division.
Special Litigation Chief Leif Olson Departs Texas Attorney General’s Office to Serve as Iowa Chief Deputy Attorney General
Leif Olson, who has served as Chief of the Special Litigation Division since 2022, is departing to serve as Chief Deputy Attorney General for Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird.
Paxton Secures Victory in FOIA Lawsuit Shedding Light on the Biden Administration’s Labeling of Parents as “Domestic Terrorists”
Attorney General Paxton filed an Indiana-led stipulation for dismissal in his multistate Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) lawsuit against the Biden Administration.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the appointment of Kristen House as Director of Communications for the Office of the Attorney General of Texas.
Judge Rules That the Texas State Bar’s Lawsuit Against AG Paxton’s First Assistant Violates the Constitution
A Texas judge has ruled that the Texas State Bar’s lawsuit against First Assistant Attorney General Brent Webster violates the separation of powers secured by the Texas Constitution.
For the seventh year, on October 21, 2021, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and the OAG employees participated in the Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) Purple Day event.
Attorney General Ken Paxton condemns Democrats’ attempts to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for state and federal employees.