Texas Lawyer publishes article by Caleena Svatek on Employers’ Use of GPS

The firm’s Caleena Svatek contributed an article for Texas Lawyer on the guidelines businesses should follow in electronically tracking employees. She notes that businesses are increasingly using Global Positioning Systems to track their employees, but this practice must be supported by a legitimate business rationale and acknowledged policy. Such policies must explain the circumstances when […]

Texas Lawyer Publishes Health Care Year-in-Review article by Sabena Talati

Sabena Talati contributed an article on key legal rulings affecting health care as part of Texas Lawyer’s annual review of various legal and business sectors. Ms. Talati cited two of the year’s decisions as likely to be most significant for health care providers: In Ross v. St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital the Texas Supreme Court clarified […]

Accomplished Business Attorneys Join Chamblee Ryan in Dallas

Four experienced business law attorneys have joined Chamblee, Ryan, Kershaw & Anderson, PC, further strengthening the firm’s capabilities to support business clients in a broad range of commercial litigation matters. M. Turner Field brings an extensive background in complex commercial litigation, particularly in cases involving the real estate and construction industries. Mr. Field earned his […]

Caleena Svatek Obtained a Unanimous Jury Verdict in Bowie County, Texas

Caleena Svatek obtained a unanimous jury verdict in Bowie County, Texas in a veterinary malpractice suit. Plaintiff contended Defendant was negligent in performing a spay procedure on her pet, ultimately leading to the pet’s death. Plaintiff sought to recover the value of the animal. Defendant showed  informed consent, notice of the risks, and that the […]

David Walsh Featured in The Rheumatologist on Medical Crowdsourcing

The firm’s David Walsh is featured in the October issue of the national medical journal The Rheumatologist, suggesting that physicians use caution when providing medical advice on so-called “crowdsourcing” online forums. He notes that issues with licensure, telemedicine restrictions and other liabilities could result. To read the entire article go to http://www.the-rheumatologist.org/article/crowdsourcing-the-modern-consult-equivalent. Attorney: David M. […]

Kimberly Bocell Comments on Healthcare Litigation for D Magazine Blog

In the third part of an ongoing series examining the steps involved in defending a lawsuit, posted on the D Magazine Healthcare Daily blog, the firm’s Kimberly Bocell outlines the various motions that can be made by either side in litigation that can affect the outcome of a case. To read the entire article, click […]