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KDFW FOX 4 Interviews David Coale on Amber Guyger Murder Conviction Appeal

Attorneys for former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger have filed an appeal of her murder conviction for the 2018 killing of Botham Jean, hoping to overturn the jury verdict for the shooting of Jean in his apartment. LPHS appellate attorney David Coale explains the appeal to KDFW FOX 4. “The appellate process is like a referee reviewing things on the […]

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Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann Promotes Cory Johnson to Of Counsel

It is with much excitement that Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann announces the promotion of Cory Johnson to Of Counsel. Cory has litigated complicated civil matters on behalf of business entities and individuals and won multimillion-dollar awards and dismissals at the trial court and appellate levels. “Cory has proven to be an excellent addition to our firm. […]

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KLIF & WBAP Radio Talks to David Coale on Regulating Social Media Companies

President Trump has signed an executive order that limits social media companies’ liability protections if they censor content. The firm’s David Coale explains to the KLIF Morning News team what the executive order means.   “It’s a little bit of kicking the can down the road. The president has identified a problem with how he sees these social […]

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David Coale Presents CLE on Proving up Damages in a Commercial Case

LPHS David Coale virtually presented to the Texas Bar CLE’s 33rd “Advanced Evidence and Discovery Course.” Coale spoke on the topic of proving up damages in a commercial case. He focused on ten specific issues identified in recent Texas and Fifth Circuit cases.  Click here to view the full presentation. 

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Andrés Correa Talks to KXAN-TV NBC Austin on Texas Attorney General’s Warning to Certain Counties

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has warned county officials and the mayors of Austin and San Antonio that their coronavirus-related restrictions violate the governor’s emergency orders, and in a letter threatened legal action. LPHS partner Andrés Correa provides perspective to KXAN NBC Austin. “Until a court or the governor, in an order says, nope, that order is […]

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Joshua Sandler and Joshua Lang Present CLE on Impracticability and the Coronavirus

LPHS partner Joshua Sandler and attorney Joshua Lang recently presented a CLE on the topic of impracticability titled, “Legal Impracticability and the Coronavirus: Novel Arguments in a Novel Time.” The CLE focused on how sellers and buyers might use impracticability within a sales contract. The discussion also addressed impracticability within a commercial landlord-tenant relationship from the perspective of both […]

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Andrés Correa Speaks to Dallas Media on Dallas Salon Owner’s Case

Firm partner Andrés Correa recently spoke to the Dallas media regarding the legal implications of the case involving Shelley Luther, the Dallas salon owner sent to jail when a judge found her in contempt of court for violating a temporary restraining order after the City of Dallas sued for violations of state and local COVID-19 orders. Mr. […]

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LPHS Team Wins Again for Varsity Brands at Alabama Supreme Court

LPHS attorneys Michael K. Hurst, Andres Correa, and John Adams represented Varsity Brands in a trade secrets case last April. The Alabama State Supreme Court recently affirmed last year’s $3.1 million jury win for Varsity Brands after Jostens Inc. appealed the verdict.  “It is true that the defendants presented several other potential reasons schools switched their accounts from Herff […]

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LAW360 Interviews David Coale on Texas Supreme Court Ruling regarding Governor’s COVID-19 Bail Order

In a recent ruling regarding Texas Governor’s Greg Abbott’s executive order on bail during the coronavirus pandemic, Houston judges recently learned the Texas Supreme Court supported the governor’s action. The group of 16 judges sued to challenge Governor Abbott’s order, suspending statutes that allowed judges to release offenders with a violent past. The court ruled […]

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