Alan Dabdoub and Holly Stubbs recently secured a take-nothing judgment at trial for their client, defendant MUSA Financial, LLC, arising out of the sale of a large multi-family loan for the development of an apartment complex in downtown Dallas. Mr. Dabdoub and Ms. Stubbs also defeated at trial unjust enrichment claims brought against the client. “We’re very pleased […]
The National Law Journal has honored Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann in its recently published Verdicts Hall of Fame based on the firm’s role in securing a $145 million verdict in a high-profile energy sector dispute. The verdict on behalf of Mesa Petroleum Partners L.P. and legendary Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens is featured as the largest […]
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments involving another abortion issue from Mississippi. LPHS appellate partner David Coale breaks down the arguments and provides perspective on the justices’ questions, and what impact the hearing will have on the Texas case to KDFW FOX 4 Good Day. Watch David’s interview here.
The Texas Fetal Heartbeat Act has faced numerous legal challenges since it became law on September 1. LPHS’ appellate and constitutional law attorney David Coale explains the law’s journey to the U.S. Supreme Court with Dallas media. View and listen to David’s perspective below. KLIF News & Information in the Morning KDFW FOX 4 Good Day KDFW […]
LPHS Partner, Andrés Correa, recounts his childhood in Chile and how his immigrant mindset forms his view of the world in a recent feature with D Magazine. Read the full article here.
On National Public Radio’s flagship podcast, as well as a leading online publication covering Texas, LPHS appellate partner David Coale discusses the lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice over Texas’ Heartbeat law and answers questions about the legalities of the issue. Listen to David’s interview on NPR’s 1A WAMU. Read David’s insight on the matter in the Texas […]
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently ruled energy companies who pay workers by the day must include overtime pay as they are not exempt, salaried employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act. LPHS appellate partner David Coale says the ruling “follows the old adage that “politics makes strange bedfellows.” “Apparently ‘textualism’ does too,” Coale said. […]
With the ongoing debate over wearing masks in Texas because of COVID-19, LPHS appellate and constitutional law attorney David Coale appeared on the KXAS NBC 5 political podcast Lone Star Politics to discuss the back and forth of all the legal issues involving the mask mandate bans. Listen to David’s interview on the podcast.
A Dallas County judge has recently ruled on the debate regarding the Texas mask mandate ban and the challenge by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, ruling in his favor and allowing the county to reinstate the mask mandate. Prior to the ruling, a hearing took place where both sides presented their arguments, including a parent […]
Dallas County and school districts throughout the region are involved in a legal battle with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over his mask ban order. LPHS partner Andrés Correa explains the issue to KXTX Telemundo 39 Dallas. View the interview on Telemundo 39.