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Firm Partners Resolve Property Dispute on Behalf of Advocates for Community Transformation

LPHS attorneys Andres Correa, Chris Patton, Jervonne Newsome, and Clint Cowan worked with Advocates for Community Transformation (ACT) in resolving a nuisance lawsuit for a South Dallas property. ACT is a faith-based ministry that works with top-ranked law firms to ensure safety within the Dallas community by holding homeowners accountable for hazardous properties. Together with […]

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Mike Lynn Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

LPHS founder Mike Lynn received the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award for Private Practice from SMU Dedman School of Law. A 1975 graduate of the law school, Mr. Lynn is one of the best-known and most respected litigators in Texas, leading the firm to be consistently ranked as one of the Top Five Litigation Boutiques in […]

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Impeachment Inquiry of President Trump Could Lead to Political, Not Criminal Charges

Tuesday’s announcement by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of an impeachment inquiry against President Trump was followed by the establishment of six House committee investigations. The announcement followed a whistleblower complaint over a phone call between President Trump and the Ukraine president, where Trump reportedly asked for help to “look into” the actions of former Vice […]

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LPHS Attorneys Win Multi-Million Dollar Jury Verdict in Trade Secret Trial

Michael K. Hurst, Andres Correa, and John Adams secured a unanimous jury verdict of $1.9 million in compensatory damages, $580,000 in compensatory damages and $680,000 in punitive damages against Jostens Inc. and individual company sales representatives. The LPHS team represented Herff Jones, a leading provider of class rings, yearbooks and graduation gowns in the trial […]

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San Antonio Bans Chick-fil-A from its Airport, Sparking Controversy

The San Antonio city council recently voted to exclude Chick-fil-A from its list of airport vendors based on the company’s views on the LGBTQ community. Since then, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has opened an investigation into whether the city violated state law and asked the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to explore whether the city […]

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