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Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann Awards Four Scholarships to DISD’s Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet Graduates

Four seniors at the Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet in Dallas have received scholarships from Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann. The students, Christopher Babineaux, Tony Peeler, Jr., Chloe Pinales and Leslie Fuentes have demonstrated outstanding leadership potential and an intent to pursue a career in the legal field. The Judge Barefoot Sanders Law Magnet was […]

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FOX 4 News Interviews David Coale on San Antonio Chick-fil-A Airport Ban

The city of San Antonio and Chick-fil-A recently ignited controversy after the city council voted to ban the company from its list of airport vendors, pointing to the company’s views on LGBTQ issues. The Texas attorney general has opened an investigation regarding the exclusion. Firm partner David Coale discussed the matter with Fox 4 reporter […]

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Jonathan Childers Discusses Trade Secrets in Midstream Business

Technological advances in the energy industry have led to the protection of proprietary business information. Midstream businesses are seeing areas, such as analytics, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and operations data, where protecting trade secrets are vital to the company. In a bylined article in Midstream Business magazine, the firm’s Jonathan Childers offers his perspective […]

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David Coale Speaks to KTVT CBS 11 about Ezekiel Elliott’s Suspension

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott lost his chance to avoid the NFL’s six-game suspension after the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York denied his motion for an emergency injunction, which means Elliott’s suspension is back on. His lawyers argued to the court that missing the six games will have irreparable harm. […]

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