Rodney Drinnon Publishes Article on Investing in Small-Cap Businesses
February 24, 2022  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Houston Co-Managing Partner Rodney Drinnon published a new article on the website of the Nasdaq financial services company, owner of the Nasdaq stock exchange. The article, “How to Bet on Small Companies Positioned to Take on Their Competition”, leverages Mr. Drinnon’s experience as a small business owner, as a…Read More

Marianne Robak Article on Corporate Fraud Published on Nasdaq
February 17, 2022  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Houston Partner Marianne Robak has published a new article on the website of the Nasdaq financial services company, owner of the Nasdaq stock exchange. The article, “Companies are Losing Billions to External Fraud, and Shareholders are Paying a Price“, discusses how internal and external corporate fraud have spiked of…Read More

Partners to Teach at 2022 IAVM Academy for Venue Safety & Security
January 24, 2022  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Partners Ty Sheaks and Joseph “Joey” Sampson will return as faculty this spring at the 2022 Academy for Venue Safety & Security, conducted in-person by the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM). The 2022 edition of this prestigious academy will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada from February 27…Read More

Attorneys Honored as D Magazine 2022 Best Lawyers Under 40
January 5, 2022  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern is proud to announce that Dallas Partners Stephanie M. Almeter and Jesse Cromwell were named to the 2022 edition of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers Under 40 list. The list is published in the January 2022 issue of D Magazine, and it recognizes many of the best young attorneys in…Read More

McCathern Law Firm Profiled in Forbes and Fortune Magazines
December 22, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

The December/January issues of Forbes and Fortune magazines printed for the North Texas market feature a profile of McCathern as part of a section of profiles of select Dallas law firms. The profile includes a brief history of the law firm and the thoughts of founding partners Levi McCathern, Arnold…Read More

Kelli Hawley to Speak at DRI Construction Law Seminar
December 21, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Los Angeles Partner Kelli Hawley will be speaking at the 2022 DRI (Defense Research Institute) Construction Law Seminar coming up in Austin, Texas on January 26-28, 2022. The 2022 event will be the DRI’s first in-person seminar in two years, and as always it will inform participants on trends…Read More

Houstonia Magazine Names Four McCathern Attorneys to Top Lawyers List
December 9, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

Four attorneys from McCathern’s Houston office were recently named to the 2021-2022 edition of the Houstonia Magazine Top Lawyers list. The list recognizes lawyers from the Houston region who are selected through a survey of area attorneys. The Top Lawyers feature appears in the Winter issue of Houstonia as and…Read More

McCathern Adds Three New Associate Attorneys to Dallas Office
November 10, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

The McCathern law firm is excited to announce the addition of three new attorneys to the Dallas office in Associates Jessica Bland, Samantha Chaiken, and Maddie Kleifield. All three are exceptionally talented recent law school graduates who are prepared to immediately make a positive impact for McCathern clients. Jessica Bland…Read More

McCathern Attorneys Jesse Cromwell and Marianne Robak Named Partners
October 4, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern is proud to announce that attorneys Jesse L. Cromwell of the law firm’s Dallas office and Marianne G. Robak of the Houston office have been named partners. The Dallas and Frisco offices gathered on the afternoon of Thursday, September 30th for the announcement of Jesse Cromwell making partner. Mr….Read More

Seven McCathern Attorneys Make 2021 Texas Super Lawyers Lists
September 22, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern is proud to announce that seven attorneys from the firm’s Dallas, Frisco and Houston offices were named by Super Lawyers to its Texas Super Lawyers list for 2021: Rodney Drinnon – Houston Paul Grinke – Frisco Levi McCathern – Dallas Laura Roach – Frisco Ty Sheaks – Frisco Isaac…Read More

Texas Law Update: What Every Business Needs to Know
September 13, 2021  | By McCathern Law

Now that the dust has settled from the 87th legislative session in Texas there are several key laws from the 666 new laws that went into effect on Sept. 1 that every business operator in Texas should understand. While the highly publicized and politicized “constitutional carry” (HB 1927) or “election…Read More

McCathern Attorneys Selected to 2022 Best Lawyers and Ones to Watch Lists
September 1, 2021  | By McCathern Law

McCathern is proud to announce that five attorneys from the firm’s Dallas and Frisco offices were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2022 editions of The Best Lawyers in America© and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch: Levi McCathern, founding partner of the firm, was named to the…Read More

Administrative Judge Grants Rodney Drinnon’s Request to Recuse Judge Brittanye Morris
August 20, 2021  | By McCathern Law

The Harris County Administrative Judge made the unique decision on Thursday recusing a Harris County District Court Judge from sitting on a case involving McCathern Houston Co-Managing Partner Rodney Drinnon because of her likelihood of personal bias against him. Administrative Judge Susan Brown granted Mr. Drinnon’s request to move a…Read More

McCathern Client Sues Past Owners of KAABOO Texas Festival
August 2, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern Partners Levi McCathern and Brett Chisum are representing a client in a recently-filed suit against the former owners of the KAABOO music and arts festival. The client, Dunhill Festival Fund L.L.C., is suing the co-founders and former owners of the festival, Bryan Gordon and Seth Wolkov, alleging that they…Read More

Client of Attorney Scott Becker Injured in Gas Explosion at Plano Home
July 22, 2021  | By Matthew Kellogg

A client of McCathern Partner Scott Becker was injured during a recent home explosion in Plano, Texas. After initially saying that a gas leak was to blame, officials from the Plano Police Detectives and Fire Marshals are now investigating the cause further to determine whether it was an intentional act….Read More