The new campus carry law allowing concealed guns on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin violates First Amendment rights protecting academic discussion, three professors contend in a lawsuit filed on their behalf by GBKH partner Jim George.
“Compelling professors at a public university to allow, without any limitation… read more18
The San Antonio Water System and Edwards Aquifer Authority won a significant water rights victory from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which denied an appeal by land owners seeking to revive rights to withdraw aquifer water.
Partner John W. Thomas was quoted in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for his role in bringing justice to consumers who lost their retirement savings in a securities scam. Mr. Thomas represented the court-appointed Receiver for Retirement Value, LLC which was found to have been engaging in a securities scam that… read more18
George, Brothers, Kincaid & Horton, LLP partner John Thomas earned a significant victory on March 4, 2016 when the Texas Third Court of Appeals affirmed judgments Mr. Thomas had obtained in a securities fraud case. See, James Poe, Senior Retirement Planners, LLC v. Eduardo Espinosa in his Capacity as Receiver for… read more7
GBKH Partner B. Russell Horton recently shared his expertise in civil trial law with the national legal publication Law360 in a story about what to avoid when drafting a civil lawsuit, “5 Things to Leave Out of a Complaint,” (subscription required). In the article, Mr. Horton tells lawyers,… read more28
GBKH Partner Jim George recently wrote a commentary for Texas Tribune’s TribTalk blog headlined, “Texas violates 14th Amendment in denying birth certificates.” His article explains why the Texas-born children of undocumented immigrants are entitled to state birth certificates. Mr. George and Partner Gary L. Lewis co-authored an… read more19