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10 Things the Judge Probably Won’t Order in a Divorce, by The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson’s Carol Wilson. Some divorcing individuals look to drop a virtual atomic bomb on their ex, depriving them of all parental rights and financial assets, and burdening them with all their debts. For those individuals, family lawyer Carol Wilson has some disappointing news: absent very strong evidence, the Judge is not going to give you what you want.

Jennifer Rappoport Colimon Recognized at Austin Business Journal Women in Business Awards Luncheon, via Botkin Chiarello Calaf. Congratulations to Botkin Chiarello Calaf managing partner Jennifer Rappoport Colimon on her nomination for the Austin Business Journal’s Women in Business Awards. Jennifer was nominated by fellow name partner Katherine Chiarello for her demonstrated leadership in business throughout her career.

Two Experienced Lawyers Join Plaintiffs’ Law Firm Hamilton Wingo in Dallas, via Hamilton Wingo. The Dallas-based plaintiffs’ personal injury and wrongful death law firm Hamilton Wingo is welcoming experienced attorneys Jared Mullowney and Sean Thomas Cook as associates. Jared has more than 10 years of experience in Texas courts, most recently working as a trial attorney with a personal injury firm in Plano. Sean joins Hamilton Wingo with more than eight years of trial experience in Florida, Mississippi, California, and Texas.

Congratulations to our clients who made the 2023 edition of Texas Super Lawyers!

Tina Wysk Joins Hallett & Perrin’s Litigation Practice, via Hallett & Perrin. Hallett & Perrin welcomes experienced trial lawyer Tina Wysk as a shareholder in the firm’s litigation section. Tina’s nearly two decades of experience covers all aspects of federal and state civil litigation, from inception to trial. Tina has represented a variety of U.S. and international clients in bet-the-company cases involving complex commercial, construction, intellectual property, securities, and investment disputes.

Burford Perry, LLP Wins Take-Nothing Judgment in Breach of Contract Case, via Burford Perry. Burford Perry partner Kevin Powers successfully defended a Driftwood, Texas, winery in a breach of contract lawsuit that claimed the winery had defaulted on a multi-million dollar loan. After a one-day bench trial, 234th District Judge Lauren Reeder on August 24 issued a take-nothing judgment in favor of the winery, Duchman Ltd., and its owners, Stanley and Lisa Duchman. She also ordered that the plaintiff, Wayne Kinsey, pay the Duchmans’ court costs.

Botkin Chiarello Calaf Heads Back to School, via Botkin Chiarello Calaf. Botkin Chiarello Calaf partners María Amelia Calaf (MAC) and Leah Bhimani Buratti are returning to law school, but this time they’re walking the hallowed halls as professors. MAC and Leah will co-teach a course on trade secret law for the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.

Congratulations to our clients who were recognized on Texas Lawyer’s annual “Best Of” list.

Attorneys from Dallas’ Hamilton Wingo Win Texas’ Largest Uninsured Motorist Verdict, via Hamilton Wingo. A team of trial attorneys from the Dallas plaintiffs’ law firm Hamilton Wingo are being recognized for winning Texas’ largest uninsured motorist (UIM) verdict in 2022. Hamilton Wingo’s Barrett Robin, Grant Boston, and Damian Williams successfully represented their client in her claims against State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company for failing to honor her uninsured motorist policy.

Buying a House Together Before Marriage, by The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson’s Carol Wilson. When two single individuals buy a property before marriage, write family lawyer Carol Wilson, it remains the separate property of each person. To ensure both parties are recognized as owners, the deed should reflect their joint ownership. Carol dives into the details in this blog post.

Congratulations to our clients who made the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America!

Chris Hamilton Addresses Texas Attorney General Office’s Medicaid Fraud Unit, via Hamilton Wingo. Plaintiffs trial lawyer Chris Hamilton of Dallas’ Hamilton Wingo recently delivered a presentation for a group of attorneys from the Texas Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Unit during the group’s annual training held in Grapevine, Texas. In the program, Chris and his co-presenter detailed their prior work with the Medicaid Fraud Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office in a high-stakes federal False Claims Act case.

A Spotlight on Pro Bono Attorney Leah Bhimani Buratti, via Botkin Chiarello Calaf. Leah Bimani Buratti, litigator and pro bono immigration advocate, was recently published in the State Bar of Texas Immigration Bulletin. Read on for Leah’s article, where she discusses her first experiences as an immigration attorney.

Hamilton Wingo Plaintiffs Law Firm Adds Guillermo Flores in Dallas, via Hamilton Wingo. The plaintiffs’ trial lawyers at Dallas’ Hamilton Wingo are welcoming experienced attorney Guillermo Flores to bolster the firm’s work for individuals and families in all types of cases involving serious injuries and wrongful death. Guillermo joins the firm with experience in more than 20 trials based on his prior work with insurance defense firms and the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office in San Antonio.

Kyle Pugh Wins $26.5 Million Judgment for Man Paralyzed in Postal Truck Accident, via C. Kyle Pugh, PC. Experienced trial lawyer C. Kyle Pugh won a $26.5 million judgment for a Grand Prairie, Texas, man who was left quadriplegic after a U.S. Postal Service truck struck his car while reversing down his residential street. The final judgment, handed down on July 24, 2023, by the Hon. Judge Reed O’Connor in the Fort Worth Division of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, followed a four-day bench trial in April.

Hamilton Wingo Partner Grant Boston Highlighted at Texas Bar Advanced Civil Trial Law Seminar, via Hamilton Wingo. Hamilton Wingo, LLP partner Grant Boston recently partnered with Judge Tanya N. Garrison to speak on “One Lie Spoils a Thousand Truths – Trends and Questions in Spoliation Claims Since Brookshire Brothers” at the 46th Annual Advanced Civil Trial conference sponsored by TexasBarCLE and the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas.

MAC Interviewed on Austin Bar Association’s Council of Firsts, via Botkin Chiarello Calaf. Earlier this month, Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner María Amelia Calaf sat down with Amanda Arriaga, the first Latina president of the Austin Bar Association, to discuss diversity in the profession as part of the Bar’s Council of Firsts series. MAC discussed founding Austin’s Cafecitos group, as well as her own mentorship journey, as a mentor and a mentee.

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