Bayou Vista, Texas Legal Malpractice Lawyers
Lic. Atty. Texas 1963; Mediator about 20 years; CLE Instructor; former: Municipal Judge; Assoc. Dist. Judge; City Atty; City Secretary; Bar Pres.; Board of several Bar Assoc.; Published author; Pres. several civic assoc., religious leader; national award winning writer; nominated for Texas Artist of the Year; Public Speaker; Board Chairman, Curator and Gen. Counsel non-profit natural science museum; expert witness on attorney's fees and ethics and on Paleontology and natural science in general.
Annie McAdams exclusively represents plaintiffs who have been harmed by the wrongdoing of others. She attended the University of Texas at Austin for undergraduate studies and upon graduation she attended South Texas College of Law to become a trial lawyer. Ms. McAdams joined The Steelman Law Firm after graduating in 2005 and in 2006 was offered a partnership at the firm as a result of her exceptional case results.
Robert Z. Cashman provides nationwide legal representation for patent litigation matters on a contingency fee basis. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, in New York, and before the US Patent & Trademark Office. Robert is the owner of the Cashman Law Firm, PLLC which helps individuals and small businesses create their business, establish and protect their inventions, and preserve their assets against foreclosure and if necessary, bankruptcy.
Since graduating from The University of Texas School of Law in 1984, Darryl Carter has successfully tried a broad cross-section of civil cases before judges, juries and arbitration panels. He has gotten excellent results for a range of clients, from doctors, lawyers, inventors, and business executives, to employees in the construction, distribution, software and healthcare fields. Legal matters that Mr. Carter has resolved favorably, through either trial or settlement, include: complex business litigation, defamation, legal malpractice, partnership disputes, shareholder matters, wrongful termination, discrimination, Sarbanes-Oxley retaliation, whistleblower, ad valorem tax valuation and serious personal injury. Mr. Carter's practice...
Louis Leichter completed his Bachelor's at Vassar College, his Masters at Florida International University, and then completed his JD at Drake University. Prior to starting a private practice, he prosecuted criminal cases as an Assistant County Attorney for Travis County, Texas. After gaining experience, he opened Leichter Law Firm PC and practices administrative, health and criminal law with a focus in the area of licensure and license defense. He advises clients on disciplinary conduct allegations and helps clients get registered for their profession. He is also a member of TAAP, NAADAC, Sustainers Council, Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association,...
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