Hewitt, Texas Civil Rights Lawyers
For over 35 years, David has successfully guided individuals, small and large businesses through regulatory landscapes and continues to ensure his business clients are advantaged by prompt and innovative counsel. His litigation skills have been tempered coast-to-coast achieving remarkably brilliant outcomes. He is a graduate of the University Of Oklahoma College Of Law and holds a Masters of Law Degree(Labor)from Southern Methodist University. He was elected to membership in the American Law Institute and elected a Fellow in the College of Labor & Employment Law, David is the father of six children and an active civic leader.
(800) 961-4201 Dallas, TX 75218
Clerked for Texas Supreme Court Justice Steven Wayne Smith I litigate and appeal case, focusing on real estate and Constitutional law. Prominent cases included Emergency Responders for Equality v. Kerr over the City of Austin’s racially discriminatory affirmative action promotions in the Fire Department and Lone Star College System v. Immigration Reform Coalition of Texas, over illegal spending on scholarships for illegal aliens, Pangborn v. Burnet County over a bill of attainder limiting real estate development rights, Piatt v. City of Austin over racially discriminatory affirmative action in the Police Department, and Hendee v. Dewhurst over Texas constitutional...
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Aaron P. Peacock is a registered patent attorney and associate at Gagnon, Peacock, & Vereeke, P.C. He has Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. He received his Juris Doctorate degree in law from the Franklin Pierce Law Center in New Hampshire. His practice focus is in intellectual property law, specifically patent, trademark and copyright law. He has prosecuted before the United States Patent and Trademark Office as well as the United States Copyright Office. Aaron is also an active member of the Dallas Bar Association and the Federalist Society. With his unique background in...
Unlike most firms, The Law Offices of Don Tittle handles both civil and criminal cases. On the civil side, we represent individuals who have been seriously injured or killed due to the negligence of others. The firm has also gained a strong reputation in the field of civil rights, where we aggressively pursue justice for victims of police misconduct. In addition to civil cases we are devoted to representing individuals charged with criminal offenses in either state or federal court.
Licensed to Practice in: State of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Areas of Practice (non-exhaustive): General civil litigation and business law, Texas turnover receivership, bankruptcy (representing debtors, creditors and trustees), debt collection (both debtor and creditor-side), insurance litigation, construction/real estate transactions and litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, and entity formation. Texas Turnover Receiverships (Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ch. 31)
Susan Morrison is a dedicated employment attorney who has represented both employers and corporate officers in litigation, mediation and arbitration. She provides general counsel advice to business owners, schools, and community colleges across the State of Texas. Susan also investigates employee wrongdoing and provides expert testimony in court.
Sean Pevsner established this law firm with his best friend, Mark Whitburn. They have been best friends since 1986. Mr. Whitburn assisted Mr. Pevsner throughout these years. This firm is one among many goals which they have accomplished together. For more on their story, please visit our news page. Mr. Pevsner is a University of Texas Law graduate with severe cerebral palsy who operates a motorized wheelchair by the use of head movements. Due to his quadriplegia, he cannot write but must rely on an interpreter or a specialized computer to do...