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

McCathern Names Dallas Attorney Brett Chisum to Partner
September 24, 2019  | By Matthew Kellogg

McCathern, PLLC is proud to announce the promotion of Dallas attorney Brett M. Chisum to partner. The firm celebrated the announcement with Mr. Chisum on Thursday, September 19, 2019. McCathern partners are attorneys whose professional expertise has continuously served their clients well. In addition to having a track record of…Read More

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

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 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

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

“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