Mike Lynn and David Coale Publish Law Review Article on Applying the Uniform Commercial Code in Contract Disputes 

The firm’s Mike Lynn and David Coale have co-authored an article for the Oklahoma Law Review on the conflict between implied warranties and express specifications in resolving legal claims, and how the Uniform Commercial Code may – or may not – be effectively applied. The article outlines how two distinct analytical frameworks have evolved in relevant case […]

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David Coale Explains Supreme Court Ruling on Federal Vaccine Mandates

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 against President Biden’s vaccine mandate for larger, private businesses and the testing requirement, while allowing the mandate to stand for facilities that accept Medicaid or Medicare.  LPHS appellate partner David Coale explains what the ruling means. “OSHA is charged by Congress with regulating workplace safety. And COVID is a […]

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Chris Schwegmann Named Managing Partner

Chris Schwegmann has been elected as the newest managing partner of the highly respected Dallas trial firm of Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann. In his new role, Mr. Schwegmann will manage the business and operational strategies for the firm, while continuing his practice in matters involving trademark and copyright infringement, false advertising, antitrust, and other business […]

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Partner David Coale Explains Why Federal Vaccine Mandates Are on Hold

A federal vaccine task force recently announced it will not enforce vaccine mandates for federal contractors and private companies after a federal appeals court temporarily placed the vaccine mandates on hold. LPHS appellate partner and constitutional law attorney David Coale explains what may have led to the recent appeals court decision. “For OSHA, however broad […]

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David Coale on No Decision from Supreme Court Yet on Texas Senate Bill 8

The U.S. Supreme has yet to decide on Texas Senate Bill 8, and LPHS appellate partner David Coale provides insight into why the high court has not made a ruling. “This court moved very quickly to set the Texas case, the SB 8 case, for argument. Now a few weeks have gone by, and we are entering Thanksgiving, we don’t […]

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David Coale on the Constitutionality of State Resources for Texas-Mexico Border

Congressional Democrats are asking the federal government to investigate Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s use of state resources to tackle the security issues at the Texas-Mexico border, claiming such actions by a state government are unconstitutional. LPHS appellate and constitutional law attorney David Coale discusses the matter with KDFW FOX 4 Dallas.    View the interview here. 

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Six Partners Named 2022 Litigation Stars

Benchmark Litigation has named six LPHS partners as 2022 “Litigation Stars,” including Chris Akin, David Coale, Michael K. Hurst, Mike Lynn, Eric Pinker, and Chris Schwegmann. Benchmark Litigation is the only publication in the market to focus exclusively on litigation and has garnered industry-wide accolades for its in-depth analysis of the players shaping the dynamic practice of litigation.  To learn more, click here. 

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David Coale Discusses President Biden’s Vaccine Mandate with KDFW FOX 4 Dallas

President Biden announced new vaccine mandates requirements for employers, including federal workers and private businesses with more than 100 workers to slow infections of the Delta Variant. LPHS constitutional law attorney David Coale: “Politically, the president has to be confident now that he is not going to get a backlash. If he tells a whole bunch […]

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