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Swine Flu Claims the Life of Texas Lawyer Sidney Davis Jr
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Sidney Davis Jr, a partner at Texas firm Touchstone Bernays, died from complications of the H1N1 virus, better known as the Swine Flu.

Davis was appointed last month to lead an investigation into the conduct of two Dallas County constables who are accused of forcing employees to sell raffle tickets to raise money for their reelection campaigns. His practice, however, was focused on representing insurance companies.

Sidney Davis Jr graduated from the University of Texas School of Law at Austin in 1979, where he was the editor of the Texas Law Review. Mr. Davis was 54 years old.

  
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