Law Firm McCathern, PLLC Launches New Website
July 26, 2016  | By Elissa Rex

Dallas-based law firm launches new user-friendly website and refreshes brand image Dallas, TX – McCathern, PLLC, a national, full-service law firm, is thrilled to announce the launch of its completely redesigned law firm website, www.mccathernlaw.com. This new website highlights firm’s attorneys and provides users with an interactive, user-friendly experience. It…Read More

NFL’s 100 most important people
July 13, 2016  | By McCathern Law

From Jerry Jones to Les Snead, the USA TODAY Sports NFL staff selects the biggest game changers in the league. 1. Jerry Jones Here’s what can happen when a man risks his entire fortune to realize a dream of owning an NFL team: He instantly becomes the most despised man…Read More

Four McCathern attorneys selected to D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas 2016 List
July 13, 2016  | By McCathern Law

Four McCathern attorneys represent the excellence of McCathern’s diverse practice areas and are deservedly recognized for D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas 2016 honor. Congratulations to McCathern Dallas Partners Arnold Shokouhi, Jennette DePonte, Carl Evans, and Of Counsel attorney, Luis Bartolomei, on being selected to D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas 2016 list. An…Read More

Girl injured by rope around her neck on school trip
July 13, 2016  | By McCathern Law

WACO, TX — Authorities want to know how a 12-year-old girl ended up with a severe rope burn around her neck during an overnight campout with her sixth-grade classmates. But the child and her mother believe they already know. The girl is black and attends a mostly white private school near a flourishing part of downtown….Read More

2016 One Mission Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer
July 13, 2016  | By McCathern Law

McCATHERN PARTICIPATES IN THE ONE MISSION “BUZZ OFF” FOR KIDS WITH CANCER FOR 3RD YEAR IN A ROW In the United States, cancer is the #1 disease-related cause of death of children; more than asthma, diabetes, cystic fibrosis and pediatric AIDS combined. Each year in the U.S. around 12,500 children…Read More