LPHS attorney Rebecca Adams recently spoke to Stanford Lawyer Magazine about how her military service and training shaped her experiences in law school and her legal career. Rebecca is a graduate of Stanford Law School, class of 2014. “In the gulf, fishing boats don’t get out of your way, helicopters are doing bounces off your […]
The rapid growth of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area has led to an increase in the complexity of the 2022 legal environment and the expertise of the legal counsel that determines its future. LPHS Partners, David Coale and Mike Lynn, explore the different factors influencing the current legal environment in a recent article published by Chambers and Partners. Click here to […]
LPHS’ David Coale discusses originalism and the intent by the framers of the Constitution in a recently authored commentary published in Texas Lawyer. “The United States Supreme Court and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit are conservative institutions, committed to principles of originalism in constitutional cases. In theory, focusing on the framers’ original intent about […]
LPHS partner Jervonne Newsome is a board member of WiNGS Dallas, an organization assisting with services and resources to enable families to live to their fullest potential, fight poverty, and impact the next generation. We are honored to sponsor WiNGS Dallas and support its mission.
The leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has created many questions regarding its release. The draft opinion indicates the court will move to overturn Roe v. Wade. LPHS appellate partner David Coale spoke to reporters about the consequences of the leak and what this means […]
Six Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann partners have been recognized on the 2022 list of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas. All honorees on the annual list are nominated by their peers based on the quality of their work, while a panel of lawyers and the magazine’s editorial staff then select those who best represent the top […]
A Texas district attorney dismissed charges against a woman accused of performing a self-induced abortion. LPHS appellate partner and constitutional law attorney David Coale talked to KVUE ABC 24 in Austin to explain why the charge should never have happened. Watch David’s interview here. Read David’s comments on SB 8 and penalties in the Dallas […]
The Senate Judiciary Committee has completed its questioning of Supreme Court Justice nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson during her confirmation hearings. The committee is expected to vote on her nomination on April 4. LPHS appellate partner David Coale spoke to KLIF News & Information in the Morning to provide perspectives on the hearings. Listen to David’s […]
LPHS Partner, Chris Patton, recently published an article in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Litigation Journal titled, “Flowers On a Court Opinion: How the Trial of My Great-Grandmother’s Murderer Changed Me, My Family, and the Law.” Chris’s deep dive into the case chronicles the crime, the defendant’s arrest, and ultimately how the trial’s outcome continues to make an impact today. […]
LPHS Partner Jervonne Newsome will present “Practice What You Preach: How to Implement and Maintain Impactful DEI Programs and Better Protect Your Initiatives from Litigation Risks,” at the North Texas Society for Human Resource Management educational luncheon. Participants will learn practical HR and DEI lessons through a legal analysis of the Duvall v. Novant Health, Inc. case.