|Kane Russell Coleman and Logan PC Announces the Launch of Banking Blog|
Kane Russell Coleman and Logan PC announces the expansion of its Blog Network, to now include The Law of Banking, a new blog dedicated to news and analysis of state and federal banking regulations and case law. Read more...
|KRCL Hires New Litigation Associate|
Shae Keefe joins the Litigation Group at Kane Russell Coleman & Logan, PC's Houston office. Read more...
|Marcy Rothman and Danny Guerra present with Judge Mike Engelhart|
|Marcy Rothman and Danny Guerra of KRCL and Judge Mike Engelhart of the 151st Judicial District Court of Harris County presented a TexasBarCLE webcast today at the Texas Bar in Austin. The topic was Admitting Evidence Without a Witness.
Pictured here (l to r), Judge Engelhart, Marcy Rothman, Danny Guerra. Read more...|
|Pamela Sieja and Rusty Sewell have joined Kane Russell Coleman & Logan as litigators.|
Kane Russell Coleman and Logan PC (KRCL) is pleased to announce the addition of Pamela Sieja andRusty Sewell to the firm’s Litigation Group. Read more...
|Kane Russell Coleman & Logan, PC Adds Two Litigation Attorneys|
Kenneth Riney and Philip Bean have joined Kane Russell Coleman & Logan as litigators in the firm’s Dallas office. Read more...
|Fourteenth Court of Appeals affirmed judgment in favor of Weekley Homes, L.P., rendered in a case tried by Marcy Rothman and Danny Guerra in 2013|
|In a 2-1 decision, the Fourteenth Court of Appeals has affirmed judgment in favor of Weekley Homes, L.P., rendered in a case tried by Marcy Rothman and Danny Guerra in 2013, involving breaches of contract and fraud arising from the development of the Windsor Court residential community in Houston. The appeal was handled by the trial team’s close colleague, Terry Adams, an appellate lawyer in Houston. Read more...|
|15 Attorneys from Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC Selected for the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers List of Rising Stars Published by Thompson Reuters|
Fifteen attorneys from KRCL were selected for inclusion in the 2015 list, including Jason Binford, Brian Clark, Brian Fisher, David Fisk, Chris Harris, Joseph Hummel, John Kane, Jack Luckett, Jeff Novel, Aaron Speer, Brian Stork, Viking Tao, Kelli Gunter, Angela Offerman and David Thrasher were each selected. Read more...
|Bruce "Chip" Morris Joins Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC as a Director in the Houston Office|
Bruce "Chip" Morris joins Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC (KRCL) in the Houston office. Chip brings over 20 years of experience successfully representing and counseling clients on a wide range of commercial and intellectual property litigation. Read more...
|Motion for Summary Judgment Granted in Non-Subscriber Case Defended by Zach Mayer and Brian Fisher of Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC|
Zach T. Mayer and Brian J. Fisher of Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC successfully represented a major international food processing company and won a Motion for Summary Judgment in a recent case that involved a workplace injury lawsuit brought by a former employee. Read more...
|KRCL Obtains Largest Civil Verdict Ever Rendered in Brazos County District Court|
|A team from KRCL, led by Houston director Marcy Rothman and including director Danny Guerra, successfully represented former Miami Dolphins center Mark Dennard and his business interests at trial against Robert Piña in the Brazos County 85th District Court this month. Dennard developed the Wings N More restaurant concept and licensed it through his company, Den Dol, Inc., for use within the Grand Parkway, to Houston area restauranteur, Robert Piña. In 2012, Piña sought to sell 19 Wings N More restaurants and the Wings N More license to Houston area franchise developers, Govrind and Manish Agrawal. As part of the transaction, the Agrawals sought to expand the rights outside the Grand Parkway. A dispute arose over Read more...|