McCathern Attorney Q&A: Sam King
July 1, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

As part of a new series that will help readers get to know our attorneys better, McCathern presents a brief interview with attorney Sam King of the firm’s Frisco, Texas office. If you think Sam or any of our attorneys can help you with a legal matter, please contact us…Read More

Laura Roach Interviewed for “The Jury’s Still Out” Web Series
May 18, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Family Law Partner Laura Roach appeared on the most recent episode of the online show “The Jury’s Still Out”, hosted by jury consultant Mary Griffitts of Trial Consulting Enterprises. The web series focuses on issues related to the law, trials and juries, with this episode specifically about family law…Read More

Open Texas Update (Phase 1) and Summary of the Governor’s Report to Open Texas
April 30, 2020  | By McCathern Law

On April 27, 2020 Governor Abbott issued his Executive Order GA-18 relating to the expanded reopening of services as part of the safe, strategic plan to Open Texas in response to the COVID- 19 disaster. Under GA-18 and the accompanying expansive guidelines in The Governor’s Report to Open Texas, the…Read More

Ty Sheaks Named to 2020 Best Lawyers in Dallas List
April 28, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Partner Ty M. Sheaks was named to the D Magazine 2020 Best Lawyers in Dallas list, his third consecutive year to be receive the honor. Ty is again included as one of the top Business and Commercial Litigation attorneys in the Dallas region. D Magazine creates the list by…Read More

McCathern Launches Coronavirus Legal Task Force
March 28, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

The challenging circumstances of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic can require specialized legal expertise. In order to best assist clients, McCathern has assembled a rapid response team from its many practice groups to handle legal matters specifically related to this outbreak and its collateral effects. Please contact any of our offices…Read More

Erin Clegg Passes Texas Board of Legal Specialization for Family Law
January 29, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern, PLLC is proud to announce that attorney Erin R. Clegg recently passed the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for Family Law. Ms. Clegg joins McCathern Partner Scott Becker as the second attorney at the firm with this designation for the family law practice, and the accomplishment is a sign…Read More

McCathern Welcomes Three New Attorneys
November 11, 2019  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern, PLLC recently celebrated the addition of three talented new attorneys to its practice groups. Associate attorneys Aaron Dekle, Kristin Hecker, and Michael Ricchi add a wide range of abilities to McCathern’s full suite of legal services and specialties and the firm is thrilled to have them on board. Aaron,…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

McCathern Celebrates 21 Years of Outstanding Legal Practice
October 11, 2019  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern, PLLC is celebrating 21 years of practice this month and with it the continuation of a story that has seen the business grow into a full-practice firm with reach across the country and beyond. In its third decade of existence, McCathern’s attorneys and staff are building on a legacy…Read More

Laura Roach Joins McCathern Family Law Practice
August 2, 2019  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern, PLLC is excited to announce the addition of attorney Laura Roach to its Family Law practice group. Laura will be based out of the firm’s office at The Star in Frisco, where family law attorneys Scott J. Becker and Erin Clegg currently practice. The addition of Laura to this…Read More

McCathern Welcomes Former Judge Scott J. Becker to the Firm
January 2, 2019  | By Bekah Harger

Effective January 1, 2019, McCathern, PLLC is honored to welcome former judge Scott J. Becker to the firm. Before joining McCathern as a partner in 2019, Becker presided over the 219th State District Court in Collin County, Texas from 2010 through 2018. As a court of general jurisdiction, Becker presided…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

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…Read More

McCathern Attorneys Victorious in Multi-Million Dollar Construction Arbitration
July 6, 2018  | By Bekah Harger

McCathern Partners Paul Grinke and Jesse Hoffman from the Frisco and Dallas offices teamed up to win a rare Directed Finding at a Final Arbitration Hearing, resulting in the dismissal of their client from a complex construction defect case with claims in excess of $31 million. McCathern’s client was sub-contracted…Read More