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Introducing Mary Goodrich Nix as Partner

Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is pleased to announce that experienced trial attorney, Mary Goodrich Nix, has joined the firm as a partner.  “Mary’s courtroom experience, including in the areas of trade secret and employment disputes, is a perfect fit with our existing team,” says partner, Michael K. Hurst. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with […]

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LPHS Team Presents Remote Proceeding Tips

“For the better part of a year, LPHS has focused on advancing client interests in a COVID world. That has called for ingenuity and, as always, dedication,” said LPHS partner Joshua Sandler. He and fellow partner Alan Dabdoub, along with attorneys Joshua Lang and Danielle Vera, presented to the Dallas Bar Association‘s Business Litigation Section where they addressed trying cases remotely and […]

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David Coale Discusses Supreme Court Ruling on Immigrant Case

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of an undocumented immigrant fighting deportation. LPHS appellate partner David Coale explains the notice discussed in the case and the letter in the ruling on KLIF News & Information in the Morning. “The temptation is what led to this case is to kind of dribble it out. You send […]

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Michael K. Hurst and Bennett Hampilos on Gov. Abbott’s Plans for a Specialized Business Court System

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently released a list of state budget priorities that includes the creation of a specialized business court system. LPHS partner Michael K. Hurst and associate Bennett Hampilos comment on the implications of this decision.  “I believe the creation of specialized business courts would further erode the jury trial system, one of our most prized and […]

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David Coale Discusses Austin’s Mask Mandate on KXAN NBC Austin

Austin’s mask mandate is staying in place for now after a Texas judge refused to give the state a temporary injunction that would have removed the mandate. LPHS appellate partner David Coale explains to KXAN NBC Austin why Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton goes after Austin more than other cities in the state. “Austin certainly doesn’t do much to […]

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David Coale Explains the 25th Amendment to Dallas Media

After the U.S. Capitol riots, some lawmakers from both political parties blamed President Trump and started discussing the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment. LPHS partner David Coale explained the 25th Amendment to KTVT CBS 11 Dallas, which he said would be difficult to accomplish. “It’s by design very hard to do. The vice president has to obtain written […]

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Jared Eisenberg Named Partner

Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann has announced that Jared Eisenberg has been named a partner in the firm.  Mr. Eisenberg represents companies and individuals in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation in federal and state courts across the country. Mr. Eisenberg has a proven record of success, achieving wins for his and the firm’s clients […]

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David Coale Quoted in Law360 on Biggest Cases in 2020

In a review of some of the biggest cases in 2020, LPHS appellate partner David Coale discusses the Credit Suisse AG et al. v. Claymore Holdings LLC case and provides insight into the Texas Supreme Court’s ruling.   “What the court chose to focus on [in Credit Suisse], on rescission, is a basic tenet of contract law and they kept it […]

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David Coale Talks to WBAP Morning News, KLIF Morning Radio on Texas Secession, and Electoral College

Can Texas secede from the union? One Texas lawmaker has already discussed proposing legislation on the matter. LPHS David Coale answers the question “Can Texas legally secede?”    “Absolutely not, the Supreme Court settled this question after the Civil War. There was a lot of litigation about what exactly had happened legally when the southern states seceded, and conflict resulted. And it has been settled since about 1870 that there is no […]

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