Aviation Attorney Greg Reigel comes back to the show to sit down with Dan (@TakingOffDan) to discuss the whole can or worms with taking money as a private pilot, starting with FAR 61.113 and also a discussion on what Holding Out is.
Nashville partners Lauren Kilgore, Christian Barker selected among leading ‘Talent and Litigation’ attorneys.
Texas Lawyer spoke recently with Boston about what it takes to not just be a good lawyer, but to be the best lawyer you can be in a world beset by encroaching realities and declining ideals.
Talmage Boston of Dallas is the recipient of the 2022 Dan Rugeley Price Memorial Award from the Texas Bar Foundation.
How can social media disputes be handled in a custody situation? What if one parent approves of social media and the other parent doesn’t?
Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP, has added two respected patent and trademark partners, continuing the growth of its intellectual property practice. Dr. Frank Amini, Ph.D., joins the firm’s Houston office and Bobby Voigt joins the Austin office.
The owner of several Houston-area office buildings isn't entitled to coverage for a $1.5 million deductible it paid in damages after Hurricane Harvey caused a river to overflow, the Fifth Circuit said Thursday, overturning an earlier ruling.
Matt Motes, a construction/commercial litigation partner at Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, has been elected president of the Rotary Club of Western Fort Worth. Mr. Motes’ term will be from June 2022 to June 2023.
On July 29, 2021, founding law firm partner Martha Hardwick Hofmeister of Dallas, Texas, was awarded Altrusa International, Inc.’s highest honor: the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award.
We are proud to announce that 10 Shackelford litigators were selected to be recognized on The Best Lawyers in America© list. These nominees include: Jay Bowen, Hilary Borow, Talmage Boston, Jay Brown, David Elrod, Martha Hardwick Hofmeister, Mark McQuality, Josh Northam, Steven Pawlowski, and Worthy Walker.
Construction contracts, like other contracts, create a set of obligations and allocate risk between parties. Typically, the allocated risks are known and fall within a foreseeable range.
The golf tournament’s party atmosphere returned this May after a devastating experience at Trinity Forest.
Footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot died two years ago when an illegal charter flight crashed into the sea. How common is illegal charter and what can be done to combat the global problem?
Ever get the dreaded "standby to copy number" directive from ATC? Or do you need to set up a plane partnership? Christy (@PilotChristy) and Dan (@TakingOffDan) speak to aviation attorney Greg Reigel
On April 5th, the U.S. Supreme Court handed Google a victory in its prolonged dispute with Oracle. Much has already been written about the merits of the decision, but the larger question is what to do about it?
The insurance industry is processing an unprecedented amount of claims following the brutal winter storm that slammed through most of Texas last month,…
NAFA member, David Mayer, Partner at Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP, shares his perspective of business aviation amid the pandemic.
I was probably 4 years old, and I instantly fell in love. She was a Ford Tri-Motor (commonly called a “Tin Goose”), built sometime in the 1920s and now being
Unconventional paths and hard work highlight my life, professionally and personally. My life started in the rural farmlands of northeast Arkansas
We are proud to announce that 11 Shackelford litigators were selected to be recognized on The Best Lawyers in America© list.