David Coale Examines the Originalist Views of the Fifth Circuit in CFPB Decision

In a bylined article published by The Texas Lawbook, the firm’s David Coale summarizes a recent ruling by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals which found that the funding structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional. While the court’s opinion relies on the concept of originalist principles, David notes that interpretative stance presents […]

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Two Attorneys Named to List of Nation’s “Leading Litigators”

The firm’s David Coale and Chris Schwegmann have been named to the list of the Lawdragon 500 Leading Litigators in America. Inclusion in the prestigious legal publication recognizes attorneys who excel in litigating claims involving Antitrust, Securities, Financial, M&A, Intellectual Property and Patents, Product Liability, Mass Tort, White Collar, Government Investigations and Energy disputes. Attorneys on this year’s list come from […]

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Partner Andrés Correa Discusses Gas Prices, OPEC and Government’s Role on Telemundo 39 Dallas Podcast  

The price of gasoline has been a topic of discussion all summer. LPHS partner Andrés Correa talks on Telemundo 39 Dallas podcast “Descifrando la Ciencia” to explain who determines the price of gasoline, OPEC’S role, the geopolitical process and what part the governments play in determining gas prices.   Watch the interview with Telemundo 39 Dallas […]

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