In the ongoing high-profile battle between Carbone and Carbone’s, D Magazine spoke with LPHS Managing Partner and trademark attorney Chris Schwegmann about the most likely outcomes for the litigation. Read the interview on the magazine’s “Side Dish” blog here.
Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is proud to announce that for the sixth year in a row, the firm has been ranked as a leading commercial litigation firm and one of two Band 1 firms in DFW by Chambers and Partners. Five LPHS Partners have been ranked as top lawyers in DFW by Chambers and Partners for 2022. Mike […]
A federal judge has blocked a mask mandate for public transportation calling it “unlawful” and questioned the CDC’s mask extension to May 3. Following the ruling, the Transportation Security Administration and airlines released statements saying masks are now optional for travel. LPHS’ David Coale told KTVT CBS 11 Dallas the Justice Department and Centers for […]
Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is proud to announce the recent recognition of three LPHS attorneys as 2022 Texas Rising Stars by Super Lawyers: Greg Brassfield, Pat Disbennett, and Jervonne Newsome.
The Texas Supreme Court ends abortion providers’ challenge to SB 8 with ruling that state regulators cannot enforce the law. LPHS appellate partner David Coale spoke to the Dallas Morning News and KDFW FOX 4 News about the decision: “This answer likely ends the current federal court challenge to SB 8, because this was the […]
Mike Lynn and Michael K. Hurst are recognized in the inaugural “Hall of Fame” for Dallas-area attorneys, published in the March issue of D Magazine. The two veteran business trial lawyers join 49 other honorees based on their placement on the publication’s list of “Best Lawyers” in Dallas for 15 or more years. The individuals on the magazine’s annual Best […]
This week Michael K. Hurst and Yaman Desai delivered a presentation entitled “Mapping the Battleground: Trade Secret Misappropriation in Texas State and Federal Courts” for the State Bar Advanced Intellectual Property CLE on February 17, 2022. The presentation outlined the similarities and differences in state and federal statutes governing trade secret disputes, and practical advice on litigating claims
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.