Peggy Keene’s Article Published in Texas Bar Journal

The firm’s Peggy Keene was published in the March edition of the Texas Bar Journal. Ms. Keene, an associate in the firm, actively represents clients in litigation. Her article “Facial Recognition Software: Cities Trend to Ban the Technology in Public” focuses on biometric privacy issues and the law. To read the entire article, please click […]

Jarad Kent Again Named to List of Texas Rising Stars

The firm’s Jarad Kent has been named to the Texas Rising Stars list of the state’s top young lawyers for the seventh consecutive year. Mr. Kent, a partner in the firm, is recognized for his work in representing clients in medical malpractice defense. He also actively represents businesses in litigation involving claims for personal injury, […]

Congratulations on your successful representation of your doctor in trial.

Congratulations on your successful representation of your doctor in trial. I am sure that the doctor recognizes your masterful control of this case and will be forever appreciative.  While the result was painful for our side, we admired your professionalism, delivered with courtesy and respect for all participants. You are a credit to our profession […]

11-1 Defense Verdict ◦ Health Care

William H. Chamblee and Jennifer H. Saucedo obtained an 11 to 1 defense verdict on behalf of a board-certified gynecologic oncologist. The case involved a ureteral injury that occurred during a hysterectomy performed by the Defendant and an assistant surgeon. The ureteral injury was discovered several days after the surgery while the patient was still […]

Transportation / Trucking Law, Spring 2012

An Overview of the New Transportation Regulations Where are your drivers’ safety records? The answer to that question could very well determine whether your motor carrier operation will face steep penalties, or even be shut down. Trucking-Law-Spring-2012

MedMal Defense Verdict ◦ Health Care

Douglas R. Lewis, Jeff Ryan, and Kimberly K. Bocell obtained a unanimous defense verdict on behalf of a board-certified spine surgeon. The case was brought by a woman claiming that three cervical spine surgeries performed on her by Defendant caused nerve root damage resulting in a permanent C7 radiculopathy and a chronic pain condition called […]

Employment Law, Winter 2012

Wage Withholding and Priority Issues in Texas Texas employers can suddenly find themselves thrust into the unenviable position of having to collect court-mandated withholdings from employees. It can be a daunting task for anyone, especially large employers facing a high volume payroll. However, familiarizing yourself with the basics of Texas withholding laws and how they […]

Bill Chamblee spoke to new motor carrier regulations during a presentation, New Transportation Regulations: Managing Transportation Risks Effectively, at TXANS 2012 Nonsubscriber Conference & Exhibition.

Group: Texas Association of Nonsubscribers Location: Austin, Texas For more information on this topic or to schedule a future lecture for your office, please contact William Chamblee at Mr. Chamblee can also be reached at (214) 905-2003. Attorneys: William H. Chamblee

Employment Law Newsletter, Fall 2011

Opting Out of the Workers’ Comp System: The Right Fit for Your Business? In Texas, employers have access to a unique framework for opting out of the state’s Workers’ Compensation Program. The opt-out provision, known as nonsubscription, gives employers — both large and small — the opportunity to control and manage workplace safety and occupational […]