LPHS appellate attorney David Coale discussed three recent appellate cases with the Dallas media, including the Amber Guyger appeal in the Fifth District Court of Appeals in Dallas, and the cheerleader free speech case and the concealed handgun case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. View David’s interviews in KLIF News & Information in the Morning, Dallas Morning News and WFAA ABC Dallas.
Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is proud to announce the recent recognition of five LPHS attorneys as 2021 Texas Rising Stars by Super Lawyers: Greg Brassfield, Pat Disbennett, Jared Eisenberg, Chisara Ezie-Boncoeur, and Jervonne Newsome.
Texas’ recent winter storm is estimated to cost close to $130 billion in losses according to AccuWeather. In a Q&A with Texas Lawyer, LPHS partner Josh Sandler discusses what is expected in the coming months with insurance claims and potential lawsuits. “The best thing attorneys can do for their clients who suffered losses in the […]
As part of Texas Lawbook’s celebration of Black History Month, LPHS attorney Jervonne Newsome shares her story and desire to become a lawyer. “It was in ninth grade that I decided to become a lawyer. I wrote poetry for friends desperate to save their teetering high school flings and fell in love with the power of words and the […]
As U.S. Senators prepare for a second impeachment trial of former President Trump for inciting the January 6 insurrection, LPHS appellate partner and constitutional law expert David Coale discusses what the Constitution allows in the matter, including a challenge from the former president in federal court and the U.S. Supreme Court if convicted. “I doubt the courts will be […]
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Trump for a second time on Wednesday. LPHS appellate partner David Coale spoke to KLIF about the 25th and 14th Amendments, impeachment and the shift of some legislators in the Republican party to back the impeachment effort. “There is a political schism in the Republican party. There are old-line folks like Mitch […]
January 6 is the next date in the presidential election process where Congress comes together to certify the votes in the election. LPHS appellate partner and constitutional law expert David Coale talks to KLIF Radio about Texas Senator Ted Cruz and other Republicans who plan to object to the electoral votes. “If both houses of Congress agree on the objection, […]
In a review of federal judges appointed by President Trump, we are introduced to Fifth Circuit Judges James Ho, Andrew Oldham and Don Willett in Texas Monthly. LPHS appellate partner David Coale provides insight into his experience in front of the court. Click on the link above to read the article.
LPHS partner Jonathan R. Childers and associate Yaman Desai delivered a presentation on Practical Litigation Tips and Strategies for an Oil and Gas Case to the Dallas Bar Association Energy Section last week. In their presentation, they discussed the importance of creating a streamlined narrative, various tricks of the trade when pursuing or defending specific substantive claims, and how […]
U.S. Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments on Obamacare on November 10. LPHS appellate partner David Coale explains the issue the court is contemplating to KLIF 570 AM News & Information in the Morning. “It involves a very important issue, which is if there is a ‘whoops’ in one part of the statute on the constitutional question, do you […]