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"If you can dream it, you can do it.  Always remember that this whole thing was started by a mouse."

     -- Walt Disney

The Firm has a long history of representing clients before appellate bodies and obtaining solid results.  The Firm has stepped in when a client has lost badly and worked to overturn the results handed down by judges and juries.  Additionally, the Firm has litigated from the inception of the case through proceedings before appellate courts and has successfully upheld the findings of the trial court.  The Firm thoroughly reviews each case to determine the most advantageous route to attack a judgment or seek to uphold the judgment.
The following are examples of services previously provided (results may vary), but this is not an exhaustive list of prior representation:
  • Defended and obtained a take nothing summary judgment securing the dismissal of inverse condemnation claims under the Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution and state law private nuisance claims in federal court on behalf of a municipality pertaining to the construction of Dallas Cowboys Stadium (now AT&T Stadium) and the traffic management plan for events. Defendant’s summary judgment was affirmed by the Fifth Circuit on appeal.

  • Defended and obtained a take nothing verdict at trial on behalf of a construction contractor in a breach of contract action and obtained a verdict in favor of client on counterclaims for fraud, conversion, and harassment.  Affirmed on appeal by the Fort Worth Court of Appeals.

  • Overturned a default judgment on a restricted appeal and recovered damages at an arbitration proceeding in favor of an international product manufacturer.

  • Defended a City and obtained dismissal of a quo warranto action brought by the city’s mayor relating to alleged Texas Election Code violations.

  • On appeal, affirmed a take nothing judgment against clients for fraud in the formation and creation of a business venture including whether clients were liable under the Texas Tax Code after the entity forfeited status.

  • On appeal, retained after judgment was entered, overturned findings made against the client for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and negligent misrepresentation in relation to an alleged real estate development plan and plaintiff was determined to take nothing.

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