570 KLIF News Talks to David Coale on Antitrust Lawsuit against Google

Google is facing a landmark lawsuit from the federal government and state attorneys general over claims the company engaged in antitrust practices that controlled the Internet search and advertising space. LPHS appellate partner David Coale talked to KLIF Morning News about the case. “When you get through the first several pages of the complaint and get to what they […]

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11 Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers

LPHS congratulates the following 11 attorneys for being named 2020 “Super Lawyers” as seen in Texas Monthly: Michael K. Hurst and Eric Pinker (Top 100 Texas and Top 100 DFW), Chris Akin, Sara Chelette, David Coale, Jason Dennis, Kent Krabill, Mike Lynn, Joshua Sandler, Chris Schwegmann, and John Volney. 

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David Coale Talks to KDFW FOX 4 and WBAP Radio Dallas on President Trump’s Campaign Plans and Election after COVID-19 Diagnosis

President Trump’s campaign scheduled was altered after he tested positive for COVID-19, with events being postponed or moved to a virtual space. LPHS partner David Coale provides KDFW FOX 4 Dallas insight into how the president’s diagnosis will impact his campaign. “That is a big loss. And, if a couple more events like that, scheduled on purpose in important locations, that’s definitely taking something out of the president’s game.”  View David’s […]

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Six Partners Named Litigation Stars

Benchmark Litigation has named six LPHS partners as 2021 “Litigation Stars,” including Chris Akin, David Coale, Michael K. Hurst, Mike Lynn, Eric Pinker, and Chris Schwegmann. Benchmark Litigation is the only publication in the market to focus exclusively on litigation and has garnered industry-wide accolades for its in-depth analysis of the players shaping the dynamic practice of litigation.  Click to learn more here. 

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KXAN-TV NBC Austin Interviews David Coale on Lawsuit Against Texas Governor over Early Voting Extension

A small group of Texas Republicans has filed a lawsuit against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over his six-day extension of early voting for the November election, challenging the governor’s emergency powers. LPHS partner David Coale talked to KXAN-TV NBC in Austin about the constitutionality of the move. “As a challenge to emergency power generally, good luck,” said David Coale of Lynn […]

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Can Texas Voters Receive Mail-in Ballot Applications without Requests? Texas AG Says No

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Harris County to stop more than two million registered voters from receiving mail-in ballot applications from the county clerk, claiming that the Harris County clerk doesn’t have the authority under Texas law unless a voter  requests the application first.    Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann partner and constitutional law expert David Coale explained the […]

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Chris Schwegmann Talks Trademark Law and The Washington Football Team

The owner of what is now The Washington Football team has retired the Redskins name over pressure from sponsors. LPHS name partner Chris Schwegmann talked to Texas Lawyer in “What’s in a Name: Q&A with Chris Schwegmann of Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann” on the trademark implications of the team’s former name and logo.  If the team lets the Redskins trademark expire, […]

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