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Trial Lawyer Demetrios Anaipakos of Houston’s Alavi Anaipakos Earns Benchmark Litigation Ranking for Commercial Litigation, Securities Law, via Alavi Anaipakos. Acclaimed trial lawyer Demetrios Anaipakos is being recognized as a 2023 Benchmark Litigation Star based on his work in business disputes and securities law cases. The annual listing includes only “elite” trial lawyers and firms based on a review conducted by Euromoney Investor LLC.

10 Things to Consider Before Moving Out of Your Marital Residence, by The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson’s Carol Wilson. If you are considering separating from your spouse and moving out of your marital home, consider these things before you move, and definitely before you file for divorce, write board certified family lawyer Carol Wilson.

Can I File an EEOC Claim if I’m Not a Member of a Protected Class? by Jackson Spencer Law’s Neal Bridges. If you’re not a member of a protected class, can you still file an EEOC claim? The short answer is yes, but there are some things you should know first. Employment attorney Neal Bridges discuss what protected classes are and when you can file a claim even if you aren’t being targeted because of your protected class.

Congratulations to our clients who were named to the 2022 edition of Texas Super Lawyers!

  • Alavi Anaipakos
    • Amir Alavi: commercial litigation and intellectual property
    • Demetrios Anaipakos: commercial litigation and intellectual property
  • Brousseau, Naftis & Massingill
    • Ron Massingill: family law
  • Caldwell Cassady Curry
    • Kevin Burgess: intellectual property
    • Brad Caldwell: intellectual property and business litigation
    • Jason Cassady: intellectual property and business litigation
    • Austin Curry: intellectual property
  • Clouse Brown
    • Keith Clouse: employment & labor: employer, and employment & labor: employee; Top 100 attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth; Top 100 attorneys in Texas
    • Alyson Brown: employment & labor: employer, employment & labor: employee, employee benefits, health care; Top 100 attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth; Top 50 women lawyers in Texas
    • Megan Dixon (Texas Super Lawyers: Rising Stars): employment & labor: employer, employment & labor: employee, employee benefits, health care
  • The Castañeda Firm
    • Chrysta Castañeda: energy and natural resources law
  • Forshey Prostok LLP
    • Jeff Prostok: bankruptcy: business
    • Robert Forshey: bankruptcy: business, creditor debtor rights: business
    • Deirdre Carey Brown, pllc: bankruptcy: business, business litigation, business/corporate
    • Steven E. Aldous: business litigation, personal injury – general: plaintiff
  • Heim, Payne & Chorush LLP
    • Michael Heim: intellectual property litigation, Top 100 Houston Super Lawyers
    • Leslie Payne: intellectual property litigation
    • Russell Chorush: intellectual property litigation, antitrust litigation
    • Eric Enger: intellectual property litigation
    • Blaine Larson: intellectual property litigation
  • Jackson Spencer Law
    • Jennifer Spencer: employment litigation: plaintiff, employment & labor: employee
  • The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson
    • Carol Wilson: family law
  • Wittliff | Cutter PLLC
    • Ryan Botkin: business Litigation, intellectual property litigation, business/corporate
    • María Amelia Calaf: civil litigation: defense, appellate, business litigation, civil litigation: plaintiff, constitutional law
    • Katherine Chiarello: for business litigation, intellectual property litigation
    • John Saba: intellectual property litigation, business litigation
    • Reid Wittliff: business litigation, intellectual property litigation, technology transactions

Houston Intellectual Property Law Firm Heim, Payne & Chorush LLP Congratulates James “Boone” Baxter on Federal Judicial Post, via Heim, Payne & Chorush. Attorneys from the Houston-based intellectual property law firm Heim, Payne & Chorush LLP congratulate former firm partner James “Boone” Baxter on being named Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in the Texarkana Division. James practiced at Heim, Payne & Chorush LLP for nearly six years before being unanimously selected by the judges in the Eastern District to fill the bench. 

Several Forshey Prostok Clients That Faced Headwinds During Pandemic Successfully Emerging from Bankruptcy, via Forshey Prostok. The bankruptcy and reorganization team at Forshey Prostok successfully confirmed four bankruptcy plans during the first half of 2022, continuing the Fort Worth-based bankruptcy and reorganization boutique’s string of success in all areas of the reorganization practice.

How Does Social Media Affect Your Divorce?, by The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson’s Carol Wilson. Before the days of cell phones, text messages, e-mails and all kinds of social media, most disputes between spouses and evidence were “he said/she said” arguments.Now, we often have hard proof as to what our clients said to each other, what they told their friends, who they attempted to date during the marriage or divorce and where they went. It’s called social media. Family lawyer Carol Wilson explains how to be careful about posting while going through a divorce.

Congratulations to our clients who were named to the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in America!

  • Alavi Anaipakos
    • Amir Alavi: complex commercial litigation
    • Demetrios Anaipakos: complex commercial litigation
    • Scott Clark: intellectual property lawsuits
    • Michael McBride: intellectual property lawsuits; patent disputes
    • Justin Chen, Ones to Watch: commercial litigation
  • Caldwell Cassady Curry
    • Brad Caldwell: Dallas/Fort Worth Lawyer of the Year for Intellectual Property Litigation; intellectual property litigation, and intellectual property and patent trials
    • John CassadyAustin Curry and Kevin Burgess: intellectual property and patent trials
  • Clouse Brown
    • Keith Clouse: employment law – management, litigation – labor and employment, labor law – management
    • Alyson Brown: employment law – management, litigation – labor and employment, employment law – individuals
  • The Castañeda Firm
    • Chrysta Castañeda: oil and gas law
  • Brousseau, Naftis & Massingill
    • Elayna Naftis Erick: family law
  • Forshey Prostok LLP
    • Jeff Prostok, Laurie Dahl Rea and Suzanne K. Rosen: bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights / insolvency and reorganization law
    • Robert Forshey and Deirdre Carey Brown, pllc: bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights / insolvency and reorganization law, litigation – bankruptcy
    • Steven E. Aldous: personal injury litigation – plaintiffs
  • Heim, Payne & Chorush LLP
    • Michael Heim, Russell Chorush, Leslie Payne, Allen Bullwinkel and Eric Enger: patent lawsuits and other intellectual property disputes
    • Chris First, Alden Harris, Blaine Larson, William Collier and Chris Limbacher; Ones to Watch: intellectual property and patent lawsuits
  • Jackson Spencer Law
    • Jennifer Spencer
    • M. Neal Bridges
  • The Law Office of Carol A. Wilson
    • Carol Wilson: family law
  • Wittliff | Cutter PLLC
    • Asra Syed, Ones to Watch: commercial litigation
    • Sherri Wilson, Ones to Watch: intellectual property law and litigation – intellectual property

Fifth Circuit Hands Win to Moov Technologies, via Wittliff | Cutter. In a unanimous 10-page opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has affirmed the district court’s ruling in favor of Moov Technologies, Inc. Wittliff | Cutter partners Katherine P. Chiarello and María Amelia Calaf argued on behalf of Moov at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on May 9. Partner Jack A. Simms also represents Moov.

Megan Dixon Joins Clouse Brown’s Team of Executive Employment Attorneys, via Clouse Brown. Clouse Brown is building its roster of executive employment lawyers with the addition of Megan Dixon, an attorney with experience handling a broad range of litigation matters for employers and employees before administrative agencies, state and federal courts, and arbitration tribunals. Welcome to the firm, Megan!

Hallett & Perrin Grows Litigation, Transactional Practices with Five New Attorneys, via Hallett & Perrin. Building its litigation and transactional practices, Hallett & Perrin is pleased to introduce its purposefully chosen bench of attorneys who have joined the firm this year:

Congratulations to the new hires!

Texas Lawyer Names María Amelia Calaf Diversity and Inclusion Champion, via Wittliff | Cutter. Congratulations to Wittliff | Cutter managing partner María Amelia Calaf (aka MAC) on her recognition by Texas Lawyer for championing diversity within the legal community. Honored in the publication’s annual “Texas Legal Awards” issue, she is one of 10 attorneys throughout the state who have been selected as “Diversity and Inclusion Champions” for their work in promoting inclusive practices and supporting diverse attorneys.

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