Case Update: Waco Rope Case in the News
November 2, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

Originally posted in the New York Times By Julia Jacobs Nov. 1, 2018 A private school in Texas was ordered on Wednesday to pay $68,000 in damages to a black girl’s family two years after she returned from a sixth-grade school trip with severe rope burns around her neck. In…Read More

McCathern Welcomes New Intellectual Property Partner to LA Office
November 1, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern is excited to announce the addition of intellectual property partner, Christopher Barkley, to our Los Angeles office! About Christopher Barkley Christopher M. Barkley joined the McCathern Los Angeles office as a partner in 2018. For over a decade, he has been a practicing attorney with the United States Patent…Read More

Case Update: Waco Rope Case Attracts Significant Media Attention
October 30, 2018  | By McCathern Law

The widely publicized case of rope injuries to a 12-year-old girl’s neck while on a school sponsored camping trip is currently being heard by a Travis County jury. The jury is on track to determine if Live Oak Classical School is at fault for the severe rope burns suffered by…Read More

McCathern Partner Expected to Speak on Upcoming Business Panel
October 19, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern partner, Ty Sheaks, will be speaking as one of the distinguished panelists for the Fort Worth Business Press’ Business for Breakfast series on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at the Fort Worth Club. The panel will discuss workplace violence and active shooter scenarios with a focus on how businesses can…Read More

Accident or Attack: Waco Rope Case Goes to Trial October 22nd in Austin
October 18, 2018  | By McCathern Law

AUSTIN, TX: The widely publicized case of rope injuries to a 12-year-old girl’s neck while on a school sponsored camping trip will be heard by a Travis County jury next week. The jury will determine if Live Oak Classical School is at fault for the severe rope burns suffered by…Read More

McCathern Celebrates 20th Anniversary
October 2, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

Yesterday, October 1, 2018, law firm McCathern, PLLC celebrated 20 years of partnerships and practice. We are humbled and excited to have the pleasure of celebrating this amazing milestone. McCathern is made up of over 40 attorneys and 30 staff members who are all dedicated to reaching the firm’s goal and…Read More

McCathern Partner, Ty Sheaks, Published in October issue of Headnotes
September 26, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern partner, Ty M. Sheaks, recently published an article in the Dallas Bar Association’s October issue of Headnotes. The article, titled “Continued Limitations to Recovery of Attorney’s Fees”addresses the continued misconceptions and limitations practitioners may face while trying to collect attorney’s fees in Texas for non-corporate entities. The October issue of Headnotes focused…Read More

McCathern Names Two Dallas Attorneys to Partner
September 17, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern, PLLC is proud to announce the promotion of two attorneys to partner. Attorneys James E. Sherry and Justin N. Bryan of the firm’s Dallas office celebrated their new partnership on Friday, September 14, 2018. McCathern partners have gone above and beyond to separate themselves as leaders in the firm….Read More

McCathern Attorney to Speak at Annual Texas Bar College Conference
May 31, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern, PLLC is thrilled to announce that family law attorney, Erin Clegg, will be speaking at the Texas Bar College 20thAnnual Summer School conference. The conference will be held on July 19th through the 21st at the Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston, Texas. According to the Texas Bar College, Summer School is…Read More

Six McCathern Attorneys Voted as D Magazine’s 2018 Best Lawyers in Dallas
April 26, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

Six McCathern attorneys represent the excellence of McCathern’s diverse practice areas and are deservedly recognized for D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas 2018 honor. McCathern is thrilled to congratulate Dallas and Frisco attorneys, Paul Grinke, Carl Evans, Jr., Joseph Sampson, Ty Sheaks, Eric Van Horn, and Farbod Farnia on being…Read More

Case News: McCathern Houston Attorneys Receive Favorable Trial Outcome
April 9, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

Recently, McCathern Houston partner, Isaac Villarreal with the assistance of attorney, Eric Utermohlen, received a favorable outcome after a jury trial in Harris County, Texas. Mr. Villarreal and Mr. Utermohlen represented a client and his company in a complex business lawsuit that generally centered on the joint ownership of a…Read More

McCathern Partners to Speak at 2018 IAVM Academy for Venue Safety & Security
February 9, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern, PLLC is very excited for partners Ty Sheaks and Joseph Sampson’s presentations at The International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) 2018 Academy for Venue Safety & Security (AVSS) conference in Minneapolis, MN next week. About the IAVM Academy for Venue Safety & Security The IAVM is a global organization…Read More

McCathern Partner, Ty Sheaks, to Speak During CLM Webinar Series
February 8, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern is pleased to announce that partner and Head the Restaurant and Hospitality Section, Ty Sheaks, is set to present a webinar on Feb. 15, 2018 for the CLM entitled “Feeling Lucky? Well Are You? How to Handle Open Carry for Restaurants, Retail & Hospitality.” Along with co-presenter, Lance Ewing,…Read More

McCathern Partner to Speak at CLM Conference
February 2, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern is pleased to announce that partner and Head of the Restaurant and Hospitality Section, Ty Sheaks, is set to speak at the 2018 CLM & Business Insurance Retail, Restaurant, and Hospitality Conference beginning on February 7, 2018. This conference features knowledge leaders in the retail, restaurant and hospitality claims…Read More

California Supreme Court Vindicates Exclusivity of Right to Repair Law
January 29, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

The CA Supreme Court released its opinion on January 26, 2018 in McMillan Albany LLC v. Superior Court of Kern County.  The Court, in a long awaited opinion to resolve the dispute over whether “SB800,” the California Right to Repair Act, is an exclusive statutory remedy, resoundingly upheld the Court…Read More