Andrés Correa Explains New Texas Voting Law to Telemundo 39 Dallas

The Texas governor signed the controversial voting law that caused House Democrats to leave the state in protest of the bill. Senate Bill 1 prohibits 24-hour polling places, drive-thru voting and establishes new rules for mail-in ballots. LPHS partner Andrés Correa spoke to KXTX Telemundo 39 to explain what the new law means to the public.  […]

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David Coale Discusses Texas New Voting Law

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law a controversial voting law — Senate Bill 1 — that prohibits 24-hour polling places, drive-thru voting and establishes new rules for mail-in ballots. LPHS appellate and constitutional law attorney David Coale provides insight into potential legal responses by opponents.   Click here to view David’s comments on KDFW FOX 4 News Dallas. 

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David Coale Explains Court Rulings in Texas Debate on Mask Order

In an effort to protect the public from COVID-19, some Texas county, city and school leaders are challenging Gov. Greg Abbott’s order that bans mask mandates. The Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of the governor’s order, but the issue is not over. Hearings are scheduled as a next step in the injunction process, in […]

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David Coale Explains Dallas Judge and Texas Governor’s Competing Orders on Masks

While Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order that bans vaccine requirements and mandates on masks statewide, Dallas County administrative district judge Maricela Moore has issued an order that masks must be worn in Dallas County courthouses. Judge Moore’s directive is based on a July 19 Texas Supreme Court ruling encouraging administrative judges […]

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David Coale Discusses Trump Lawsuit Against Social Media Companies

Former President Trump filed a lawsuit against tech companies, claiming his removal from those platforms violated his First Amendment rights. LPHS constitutional law attorney David Coale explains the lawsuit to KLIF News & Information in the Morning. “If you pull out your pocket Constitution and look at the First Amendment, the first order of it is Congress…and […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Makes Decision on Illegal Immigrants, Appellate Attorney David Coale Explains Ruling to KLIF News & Information in the Morning

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that illegal immigrants deported and re-entering the country are not entitled to bond hearings. LPHS appellate partner David Coale discusses the case and if this ruling impacts the Biden Administration’s immigration policy. “This issue is something that kind of stands on its own. It’s important to these people, it’s important to this […]

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David Coale on Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman’s Resignation

Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman announced her decision to resign from the bench effective Friday, June 11. LPHS appellate partner David Coale reflects on her legacy to Texas Lawyer. ““She comes well-prepared, and she comes well-armed,” said Mr. Coale. “She brought a lot of enthusiasm for it, and you don’t see that every day. That is going […]

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David Coale Explains Expungement in Constitutional Carry Law in Texas

A new Texas state law will allow individuals to carry firearms without a permit. LPHS appellate and constitutional law attorney David Coale discusses the new law and restrictions for those with misdemeanor and felony convictions with KXAN NBC Austin. “Some more procedures are going to be needed — those are going to depend on where the person […]

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Ranked 1 of 2 Top Commercial Litigation Firms in DFW

Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is proud to announce that for the fifth consecutive year, it has been recognized as one of two commercial litigation firms in DFW ranked Band 1 by Chambers and Partners.  Additionally, four LPHS partners have been ranked as top commercial litigation lawyers in DFW by Chambers and Partners: Mike Lynn, Eric Pinker, Michael K. Hurst, […]

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