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June 5, 2023
  Dallas, TX (June 1, 2023) — Chambers USA named Cowles Thompson to its 2023 list of law firms noted for Commercial Litigation in the Dallas-Fort Worth and surrounding areas. This is the second year that Cowles Thompson has been […]
By: Staff
Category: Updates, Honors
September 18, 2023
11 Cowles Thompson attorneys were named to the 2023 list of Super Lawyers® by Thomson Reuters®.
By: Staff
Category: Honors, Updates
August 28, 2023
Cowles Thompson obtained recognition and enforcement of a foreign arbitral award under the Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.
By: Staff
Category: Commercial Litigation, Arbitration
August 25, 2023
Best Lawyers® recently selected 12 Cowles Thompson attorneys for inclusion to its list of 2024 Best Lawyers in America®. and named three attorneys to the 2024 list of “Ones To Watch.”
By: Staff
Category: Honors, Updates
August 24, 2023
Hunter Ralston looks at social media as a jury research tool, what lawyers could learn about jurors and what problems might arise from an attorney’s use of social media sites to research jurors and potential jurors.
By: Hunter Ralston
Category: Commercial Litigation
August 24, 2023
Whether a landlord seeks to terminate a lease, or terminates right of possession, or chooses neither when seeking to evict a tenant can have consequences if the tenant files bankruptcy.
By: Bill Siegel
Category: Bankruptcy
July 24, 2023
Bill Siegel looks at whether commercial lease termination is a fraudulent transfer - and the differing outcomes in the Seventh and Third Circuit Courts of Appeals.
By: Bill Siegel
Category: Bankruptcy
July 17, 2023
Recently, the Texas Supreme Court issued opinions that clarify and reinforce the requirements associated with two types of evidence – counteraffidavits and expert testimony.
By: Lauren Cox
Category: Appellate
July 12, 2023
Pregnant workers often experience extra hardships in the workplace. It is very common for pregnant workers to require more frequent rest breaks and bathroom breaks, to need to sit, and to avoid heavy lifting. Such assistance is usually referred to as “accommodation.”
By: Brian Farrington
Category: Employment Law
May 30, 2023
  When I tell people I am a divorce lawyer, a common response is, “Wow, I am so sorry, that’s tough.” My legal practice area often elicits such a response from lawyers and non-lawyers alike. We all know why. Divorce […]
By: Lene Alley Derudder
Category: Family Law