Attorney David Clark Offers Thoughts on the “Bad Spaniels” Trademark Case
February 8, 2023  | By David Clark

Supreme Court to determine whether parody is only mostly dead On March 22, 2023, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case Jack Daniel’s Properties, Inc. v. VIP Products, LLC.¹  It is more commonly known as the “Bad Spaniels” case where VIP Products sells chew toys…Read More

Ty Sheaks “Fear” Majeure Article Published in Dallas Bar Association Publication
August 24, 2022  | By McCathern Law

An article written by McCathern Frisco Partner Ty Sheaks was recently published in the August edition of “Headnotes”, the official publication of the Dallas Bar Association. The article, “Can “Fear” Majeure be Used to Cancel an Event or Contract?” (page 18), takes a look at the implications of events or…Read More

Dallas Attorney Kristin Hecker Published in Oklahoma Energy Journal
May 25, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern attorney Kristin Hecker of the firm’s Dallas, Texas office was recently published in the May volume of ONE J – the Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal of The University of Oklahoma (OU) College of Law. Her article, “How Can the United States Learn from Foreign Countries’…Read More

Ty Sheaks Article Published in Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes
November 7, 2019  | By Matthew Kellogg

The October issue of the Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes newspaper included an article by McCathern partner Ty Sheaks entitled “Scope of Protections Afforded When Designating a Client an Expert”. In the article, Ty discusses the practical implications of the Texas Supreme Court’s recent ruling In re City of Dickinson on…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 Attorney Named as One of Dallas’s Best Lawyers Under 40
January 12, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

In the fall of 2017, Dallas-area magazine, D Magazine, launched a new program to honor the city’s up-and-coming attorneys. The list was compiled after lawyers with a valid Texas Bar number nominated their peers keeping one question in mind: “Which Dallas lawyers under 40, of those whose work you have witnessed…Read More

Supreme Court Offers Clarity in the Ever-Evolving World of E-Discovery
June 1, 2017  | By McCathern Law

The Supreme Court Offers Clarity in the Ever-Evolving World of E-Discovery in In re State Farm Lloyds by McCathern Attorney Chris Johnson May 31, 2017 As computers, smart phones, and other electronic devices have become commonplace, electronic discovery has become an extremely difficult and expensive part of litigation and has…Read More

Report: Texas Workers’ Comp System Performs Better Than Mandatory Systems
March 27, 2017  | By McCathern Law

“We need to give other states the option because competition will improve the system.” – Levi McCathern, Texas Attorney Best’s News Service via Bestwire – March 23, 2017 03:03 PM Austin, Texas – A new report claiming the Texas workers’ compensation model performs better than mandatory systems will be used by…Read More

March 23, 2017  | By McCathern Law

Arnold Shokouhi made the journey from revolutionary Iran to Cowboys Stadium Published in 2017 Texas Rising Stars — April 2017 by Alison Macor His name is Arnold; he immigrated to the U.S. at a young age; he was a winning bodybuilding competitor. Oh, he also got a J.D. So not that Arnold. Arnold Shokouhi,…Read More