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Court or Out of Court: The Potential Benefits of Pursuing Mediation

by on Litigation. Published April 7th, 2021

Sometimes solving issues without waiting for a court ruling—while being prepared to take things all the way—can be the best […]

Texas’s Rule 202: A Unique Approach to Pre-Litigation Discovery

by on Litigation. Published March 31st, 2021

Broad allowances for pre-lawsuit discovery through a provision in the Rules of Civil Procedure present an opportunity for Texas attorneys […]

Fraudulent Transfer or Voidable Transaction? A Look at Fraudulent Conveyance Regulations

by on Creditors' Rights. Published March 17th, 2021

State laws dealing with asset transfers concerning bankruptcy are getting a closer look because of a new version of the […]

PPP Litigation Update: Eleventh Circuit Says No PPP Loans for Debtors in Bankruptcy

by on Creditors' Rights. Published January 28th, 2021

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently joined the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in holding that the Small Business […]

All That Glitters Is Not Gold: A Look at The First Federal Securities PPP-Related Class Action

by on Financial Services. Published November 20th, 2020

The CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program, while a commendable and necessary initiative, was certain to invite lawsuits against banks. It […]

Litigation Issues for Lenders Related to PPP Loans: False Claims Act

by on Financial Services. Published November 4th, 2020

Our firm has been at the forefront of the Payroll Protection Program “agent fee” litigation—advising and defending banks in purported […]

Ponzi Scheme Litigation: Avenues of Relief and Defense

by on CLE. Published May 13th, 2020

In this on-demand webinar, Katya Long will guide the viewers through the definition of Ponzi Schemes, red flags to look […]