Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann is a nationally recognized trial boutique that is consistently ranked among the top commercial litigation firms in Texas, receiving accolades from legal publications such as Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers, D Magazine, Texas Lawyer and the National Law Journal. Reporters and editors regularly call on our attorneys to provide insights into specific legal issues and trends in the profession. To learn more, visit www.lynnllp.com.

David Coale Discusses Potential Realignment in Texas Appellate Courts

The Texas Legislature is scheduled to convene January 12 for the 87th session. In a recent Law360 article, “Texas Legislation to Watch in 2021,” LPHS partner David Coale weighed in on a proposal to realign Texas appellate courts, which he says makes sense. “Having one trial-court jurisdiction within two, overlapping appellate jurisdictions creates a potential for conflicts and […]

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David Coale Talks to WBAP Morning News, KLIF Morning Radio on Texas Secession, and Electoral College

Can Texas secede from the union? One Texas lawmaker has already discussed proposing legislation on the matter. LPHS David Coale answers the question “Can Texas legally secede?”    “Absolutely not, the Supreme Court settled this question after the Civil War. There was a lot of litigation about what exactly had happened legally when the southern states seceded, and conflict resulted. And it has been settled since about 1870 that there is no […]

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David Coale Discusses Texas AG Ken Paxton’s Lawsuit Against Battleground States

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit against four battleground states in the 2020 election and has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the lawsuit. Seventeen other attorneys general have announced support for the lawsuit, in addition to President Trump. LPHS appellate partner David Coale talked to KLIF News & Information in the Morning, KXAN NBC […]

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Top 14 Commercial Litigation Boutique in the Nation

Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann has been recognized by Benchmark Litigation as one of 14 top commercial litigation boutiques in the nation for 2021. Benchmark’s analysis of the firm includes,   “Lynn Pinker keeps regenerating,” testifies a local peer. “They have great people that are well known and well trusted around here.”  The analysis continues to speak highly of the […]

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David Coale on KTVT CBS 11, KDFW FOX 4 Dallas Discussing Election 2020

The presidential election raised questions about the ballot counting process and the timeline of the Electoral College after a president is selected. LPHS partner David Coale talked to KTVT CBS 11 Dallas on the security of election ballots, and he provided insight to KDFW FOX 4 Dallas on the next steps in the certification process for President-elect Joe Biden.   Click on […]

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David Coale Talks to KLIF Morning News about Recent Supreme Court Issues

The U.S. Supreme Court has been a topic of conversation as the Senate confirmed Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And, as the presidential election nears, the question of what will happen to the Supreme Court if Biden wins the presidency was discussed. LPHS appellate partner David Coale talks with KLIF Morning News about both issues.  Listen […]

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570 KLIF News Talks to David Coale on Antitrust Lawsuit against Google

Google is facing a landmark lawsuit from the federal government and state attorneys general over claims the company engaged in antitrust practices that controlled the Internet search and advertising space. LPHS appellate partner David Coale talked to KLIF Morning News about the case. “When you get through the first several pages of the complaint and get to what they […]

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David Coale Provides Insight on Judge Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court Hearings

Judge Amy Coney Barrett faces the Senate Judiciary Committee as she goes the nomination hearings to become the next Supreme Court justice after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. LPHS partner David Coale provides analysis to KLIF radio on the hearings  and what the Constitution allows about this process. “It says the president may nominate; there is not an asterisk on there. It says the Senate gives advice […]

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Crowded Field of ‘Feed Me’ Phrases Makes for Trademark Fight

Former WWE star Ryback has promised legal action against Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for his use of the phrase “Feed Me.” Mr. Elliott recently tattooed the phrase across his stomach, and in a recent trademark application disclosed his intention to use the mark in commerce on T-shirts and other merchandise. But Ryback claims […]

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