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Based in Bryan, Texas, we offer a wide range of
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financial institutions, business litigation, real
estate, probate and administration of estates, estate
planning, guardianship, family law, corporate law,
partnership law, labor and employment litigation,
corporate litigation, and personal injury litigation. We
have been involved in numerous multi-million dollar
files, both from the defense and plaintiff perspectives.
Further, we have been involved in numerous multi-million
dollar real estate and financial transactions throughout
the United States.
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confidence that they would do everything within
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A Brazos County jury
has ordered a local dry cleaning chain
to pay $100,000 to a former employee who
suffered second- and third-degree burns
while handling chemicals...
A state district judge in Brian
today signed off on a $2.1 million settlement
that Texas A&M University reached with the
families of four students killed and three
students injured in the 1999 bonfire accident...
The Texas A&M University
System regents on Monday are expected to
consider approving a settlement in a civil case
filed by several families of Aggies who died or
were injured when Bonfire collapsed almost nine
Texas A&M University's Oct. 28
settlement of litigation stemming from the 1999
bonfire collapse has opened the door for a
nonsettling defendant to try to limit its own
Families of four Texas A&M
students killed in a 1999 bonfire collapse will
share $2.1 million with three students injured
in the accident after the College Station campus
and a group of school officials agreed Tuesday
The Texas A&M Board of Regents
has authorized President Elsa Murano to settle
lawsuits filed by the families of students
killed or injured in the Bonfire collapse...
Former Justices of
the peace Patrick and Margaret Meece
have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and
probably will not be able to pay the
more than $223,000 they owe a local
Former justices of the peace
Patrick and Margaret Meece have been ordered to
pay upwards of $220,000 by a Brazos County jury
who found the couple breached a contract with...
A Brazos County jury has
found that a Brian Internet services
company breached a lease agreement and
must pay more than $300,000. Mitchell
Rudder Properties LP...
In September 2004, plaintiff
Mitchell Rudder Properties LP bought Crystal
Park plaza in College Station out of bankruptcy
from a third party. In 2003, GKG.net signed a...