Rodney Drinnon Secures Another Major Judgement in Decade-Long Suit
November 9, 2022  | By Morgan Smith

McCathern Houston Co-Managing Partner Rodney L. Drinnon has scored a significant verdict for his clients, Osama Abdullatif and Abdullatif & Company, LLC (“ACLLC”), alongside attorneys Allan Goldstein and David Clark, in a nearly decade-long lawsuit against Ali Choudhri. A Harris County jury has rewarded significant damages to Mr. Drinnon’s clients…Read More

Partner Rodney Drinnon Secures Major Judgement in Decade-Long Suit
August 8, 2022  | By Morgan Smith

McCathern Houston Co-Managing Partner Rodney L. Drinnon scored a recent significant victory for Osama Abdullatif (“Latif”) and Mokaram-Latif West Loop, Ltd. in a decade-long lawsuit against Ali Choudhri. In 2012, Mr. Drinnon’s client initially filed suit when Choudhri claimed 50% interest on a piece of prime real estate in Houston’s…Read More

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

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

Client of Houston Partner Rodney Drinnon Wins Ruling
July 27, 2020  | By Matthew Kellogg

A client of McCathern Houston Managing Partner Rodney L. Drinnon will now be able to pursue a former customer accountable for six figures in unpaid bills and breach of contract following a recent ruling from the Texas First Court of Appeals declaring that the trial court had dismissed the case…Read More