Lawsuit: Bullies at Galveston school left “KKK origami” on child’s desk
May 18, 2017  | By Elissa Rex

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 02:10 PM GALVESTON, Texas (KTRK) — A mother filed a lawsuit against a private school in Galveston, claiming her son was bullied and harassed for more than a year because of his race. The lawsuit names Trinity Episcopal School, its principal and the parents of three…Read More

Houston Case News
May 9, 2017  | By Elissa Rex

Property buyer accuses developer of fraud by Philip Gonzales | May 8, 2017, 1:55pm HOUSTON, TX — A Harris County woman is suing a developer, alleging fraud and inducement. She is represented by attorneys Isaac Villarreal and Veronica Montemayor of McCathern PLLC in Houston. Susan Adams filed a complaint May 5…Read More

Texas Court Affirms $1M Award In Drill Co.’s Oral Agreement
February 17, 2017  | By Elissa Rex

Texas Court Affirms $1M Award In Drill Co.’s Oral Agreement for Clients of McCathern attorneys Farbod Farnia and Isaac Villarreal By Michelle Casady Law360, Houston (February 16, 2017, 8:49 PM EST) — Texas’ Fourteenth Court of Appeals on Thursday sided with Dynomax Drilling Tools Inc. in its dispute with Duradril LLC…Read More

McCathern Representing Shareholders against Jefferies & Co.
February 7, 2017  | By Elissa Rex

Jefferies Sues To Halt FINRA Arbitration Over Stock Drop By Sophia Morris Law360, New York (Feb. 6, 2017, 8:04 PM EST) “We believe Jefferies owed our investor clients a duty to investigate the investments when Jefferies prepared the offering materials our clients relied on.” –McCathern Attorney Justin N. Bryan The Jefferies Group investment bank is…Read More

Client Success Stories
December 29, 2016  | By McCathern Law

We strive to provide the best client service possible and focus on our mission of Improving People’s Lives daily. Here are a few examples out of countless successful outcomes we’ve achieved on behalf of our clients. McCathern Houston Achieves Big Win Attorneys: Rodney L. Drinnon and Isaac Villarreal Rod Drinnon and Isaac Villarreal of McCathern’s Houston office…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

Levi McCathern represents bullied black student
June 22, 2016  | By Elissa Rex

White students dragged a 12-year-old black girl by the neck with a rope, lawsuit claims Charles Pulliam-Moore 6/22/16 11:27am   Live Oak Classical School in Waco, Tex., is facing a $3 million lawsuit from the family of one of its only black students after a 12-year-old girl returned from a class trip…Read More

California Case Update: Perry v. Bakewell Hawthorne LLC 
April 11, 2016  | By McCathern Law

A new case came down this week from the California Second District Court of Appeals.  In it, the Court strictly interprets the law on designation of experts and timely disclosure.  In Perry v. Bakewell Hawthorne LLC, defendants served a demand to exchange expert witnesses, to which plaintiff objected as untimely. …Read More

Super Bowl ticket holders appeal award over Cowboys Stadium seats
August 25, 2015  | By McCathern Law

A group of Super Bowl XLV ticket holders have laid out their reasons for appealing March’s jury award of less than $76,000. The lawsuit — four years in the making — was filed after 1,200 seats at Cowboys Stadium could not be completed in time for the 2011 Super Bowl….Read More

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones testifies in Super Bowl XLV seating trial
March 10, 2015  | By McCathern Law  By Jeff Mosier / 10 March 2015 3:23 PM Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones departs the Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse with Partner, Levi McCathern after testifying in the 2011 Super Bowl seating trial on Tuesday (Smiley N. Pool/Staff photographer) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has arrived at the…Read More

Judge tosses sexual assault lawsuit against Cowboys owner Jerry Jones
October 16, 2014  | By McCathern Law  By Kevin Krause and Robert Wilonsky / 16 October 2014 11:19 PM A Dallas County district judge on Thursday dismissed a sexual assault and conspiracy lawsuit filed by a former stripper from Oklahoma against Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Jana Weckerly filed the suit in Dallas County district court in…Read More

Dunhill Can Pursue Damages In $6M Hail Insurance Lawsuit
September 4, 2014  | By McCathern Law

Dunhill is represented by Brett M. Chisum and Levi G. McCathern, II of McCathern, PLLC. Law360, Los Angeles (September 2, 2014, 7:52 PM ET; by Jeff Sistrunk): A Texas federal judge on Thursday refused to rule that Dunhill Partners Inc. can’t recover damages in a $6.2 million dispute with State…Read More

Levi McCathern Defends Dallas Cowboys and the National Football League in Dallas Super Bowl Injury Trial
March 3, 2014  | By McCathern Law

“Sampson Takes Stand in Super Bowl XLV Trial.” 4 March 2014. “Falling ice ‘shocked’ stadium manager.” 28 February 2014. “In trial, doctors describe setbacks for man hit by ice falling from stadium.” 26 February 2014. “Testimony begins in Cowboys Stadium falling ice case.” 25 February 2014….Read More

McCathern Law Firm Defends Cowboys Stadium LP, Plaintiff Drops Lawsuit
February 3, 2014  | By McCathern Law

McCathern successfully defended Cowboys Stadium LP and the other named Defendants in a lawsuit filed by a Plaintiff who was claiming to have sustained 3rd degree burns from sitting on a bench outside of the stadium in August 2010. Initially, Plaintiff’s lawsuit also named the Dallas Cowboys football team and…Read More

McCathern Wins Again
January 26, 2014  | By McCathern Law

A team of McCathern lawyers including Partner Jeff C. Wright and Associates Stephanie M. Almeter and Farbod Farnia, recently succeeded in convincing the Texas Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas to reverse a trial court order denying Pilot Travel Center’s motion to compel arbitration in a nonsubscriber death case.  Although…Read More