Corpus Christi, Texas Antitrust Lawyers
I help people and businesses solve complex legal problems. My clients range from individuals who have never used a lawyer to multi-national corporations. Most of my work involves lawsuits in East Texas, particularly in the federal courts of the Eastern District of Texas. However, I also do estate planning and help executors and trustees administer estates.
(903) 597-8311 201 S. Lafayette Street
Marshall, TX 75670
Marshall, TX 75670
Stephen Kennedy has been practicing law since 1988 in the areas of general litigation, intellectual property and related business areas. He has an AV rating from Martindale Hubbell, is a Texas Super Lawyer and is a member for the Dallas Bar Association Ethics Committee.
Tom Ajamie is an internationally-recognized trial lawyer who has successfully represented clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitration. The authoritative Chambers USA has described Tom as “a stupendous litigator with a winning attitude and work ethic.” He has handled a number of high-profile cases, including groundbreaking securities and financial cases, cross-border litigation, business contract disputes and employment issues. Tom has won two of the largest awards ever handed down by an arbitration panel for investors, including a $429.5 million award. He has also won a record $112 million civil RICO jury verdict.
As a former federal prosecutor, Dan has an insider's knowledge of the tactics used by and resources available to federal prosecutors. He has used this knowledge and his over 33 years of trial experience to independently and successfully defend board chairmen, CEOs, CFOs, doctors, lawyers, CPAs, entrepreneurs, preachers, companies, and individuals embroiled in complex white collar criminal cases. He has been involved in numerous high-profile bank fraud, securities fraud, health care fraud, antitrust, IRS tax and corporate fraud cases. He successfully obtained acquittals in an indictment brought by Whitewater Independent Counsel Ken Starr and took President Bill Clinton's testimony in...
Amy Tabor represents clients in complex cases, including class actions, commercial litigation, and antitrust matters. She practices at the nationally recognized class-action firm, Caddell & Chapman. She is licensed to practice in both Texas and California.
I litigate, arbitrate, and try multimillion dollar disputes for individuals and businesses located in the United States and abroad. I have experience in a wide array of legal and procedural areas including: pharmaceutical, product liability, and environmental torts; multidistrict and class action cases involving antitrust, securities, and consumer fraud violations; individual personal injury and wrongful death claims arising from general negligence, medical malpractice, toxic exposures, defective products (drugs, autos, medical devices); lawsuits on behalf of businesses, partnerships, and franchisees for damages related to fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, and statutory claims; and claims for ...