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Law360 Interviews Alavi Anaipakos’ Demetrios Anaipakos About Lawyer Civility, via Alavi Anaipakos. Alavi Anaipakos co-founder Demetrios Anaipakos recently talked with the national legal publication Law360 about the importance of civility in the legal profession. While the article highlighted recent high-profile instances of “lawyers behaving badly” (think about the Alex Jones/Sandy Hook trial), the reporter found that attorneys “who are gracious, kind and professional may have the most impact.” Read on for Demetrios’ take on the topic.

Burford Perry Wins $7 Million Property Foreclosure Judgment, via Burford Perry. The Houston-based business litigation firm Burford Perry LLP has won a final judgment totaling more than $7 million in a hotly contested property foreclosure lawsuit tied to a strip center on Westheimer Road. Burford Perry partner Kevin Powers successfully represented WCW Houston Properties, LLC, in the case heard before Judge Mike Engelhart in Harris County’s 151st District Court.

Attorneys from Houston’s Alavi Anaipakos Help G&H Diversified Manufacturing Win “Bet-the-Industry” Patent Infringement Lawsuit, via Alavi Anaipakos. A three-judge panel with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board in Washington, D.C., has issued a complete victory for Houston-based oilfield products manufacturer G&H Diversified Manufacturing LP and the firm’s attorneys from Houston’s Alavi Anaipakos in what observers are calling a “bet-the-industry” lawsuit for oilfield equipment providers.

Hispanic National Bar Association Appoints María Amelia Calaf to Latina Commission, via Wittliff | Cutter. In recognition of her work to promote Latinas within the legal profession, the Hispanic National Bar Association has appointed Wittliff | Cutter managing partner María Amelia Calaf (MAC) to its Latina Commission. The Latina Commission of the HNBA is charged with offering professional development and leadership training programs to help advance the careers of Latina attorneys. Congratulations on this accomplishment, MAC!

Congratulations to our clients who were named to the 2023 edition of Best Law Firms!

Lawsuit Alleges Fuzzy’s Taco Manager Fired Bartender for Refusing Sexual Advances, via Jackson Spencer Law. A manager at a Fuzzy’s Taco in Little Elm is accused of firing a bartender for refusing his sexual advances, according to a lawsuit filed in Dallas County District Court. Fuzzy’s terminated bartender Erin Norman on the basis of her sex and in retaliation for refusing to acquiesce to manager Earnest Wayne Ashbury’s sexual advances, says Norman’s attorney, Jennifer Spencer, of Dallas’ Jackson Spencer Law.

Marital Agreements Must be Followed to be Enforced, by The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson’s Carol Wilson. Many couples choose to enter into a pre-marital agreement that sets out some of terms of their marriage, including what is and isn’t considered “separate property.” Such agreements can be helpful in the unfortunate event of a divorce — but only if the couple abides by those agreements. Family lawyer Carol Wilson has the details.

Austin Monthly: Seven Wittliff | Cutter Attorneys Are Top in the City, via Wittliff | Cutter. Austin Monthly magazine has selected seven Wittliff | Cutter attorneys for its list of Austin’s Top Attorneys of 2022. The attorneys represent work in civil litigation and transactions, technology and labor and employment. Congratulations to the team!

Lawsuit Alleges HarborChase of Southlake Fired Sales Director for Refusing to Participate in Illegal Price Fixing, via Jackson Spencer Law. The former Director of Sales of an upscale assisted living facility in Southlake claims she was fired for refusing to violate federal antitrust laws by sharing pricing information with competitors. In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division, Sarah Harris claims that her supervisors at HarborChase of Southlake fired her when she refused to complete her employer’s Competitive Analysis spreadsheet. Read the entire press release on the firm’ site.

How to Take the First Steps Towards Divorce, by Brousseau, Naftis & Massingill’s Elayna Naftis Erick. Even though it must feel like it took a million steps to get to the end of your marriage, there are, in fact, a few more steps to take to initiate the process of divorce. In this blog post, family law attorney Elayna Naftis Erick covers the basics.

Congratulations to our clients who were named to the 2023 Lawdragon 500: Legal Litigators in America for their intellectual property expertise.

Arianna Smith Joins Annette Stewart American Inn of Court, via Brousseau, Naftis & Massingill. Brousseau Naftis & Massingill’s Arianna Smith has joined the Annette Stewart American Inn of Court, an invitation-only, Dallas-based association of lawyers, judges and legal professionals working in family law. Congratulations, Arianna!

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