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In addition to practicing law, Mr. Henry has also been an educator to many of his peers on how to become aggressive trial lawyers and how to handle various types of cases. Mr. Henry is a frequent speaker for bar and other trade and professional...
His experience includes securities and government enforcement litigation, complex commercial litigation, and intellectual property litigation. Mr. Bartels advises corporate directors and defended individuals, companies, underwriters, financial institutions and accounting firms in shareholder class action and derivative lawsuits, merger and acquisition disputes and in proceedings before the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”). Mr. Bartels...
David Todd always has rooted for the underdog. He went to law school to help the little guy get a fair shake against the big and the powerful. David has been a trial lawyer since 1989.
He began his legal career practicing criminal defense and successfully trying many criminal jury trials. This experience taught him how to present a compelling case to a judge and jury under the difficult circumstance of defending someone accused of a crime.
Since changing his focus to representing Texans in family law, eminent domain and personal injury cases, his trial experience and willingness...
Daniel J. Henry, Jr. a partner in the firm Villarini & Henry, L.L.P., is a former Erie County Assistant District Attorney who concentrates his practice in Criminal Defense and Personal Injury/Negligence claims. He has extensive experience defending the rights of people arrested and accused of criminal offenses both in State and Federal Court. He is one of a select group of attorneys who is eligible to handle Death Penalty cases. In addition, Mr. Henry represents clients facing Grand Jury investigations; witnesses called before State and Federal Grand Juries; clients charged under the Federal RICO Statute; clients charged with white-collar offenses;...
Her impressive academic career includes graduating sixth in her class at Arizona Summit Law School, where she was a member of the Family Law Student Association, and received a Merit Scholarship, earned a place on the Dean’s List and received a Certificate of Service for her involvement in the community.
As a practicing attorney, Ms. Acevedo...
Elissa was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2016, but has served in various legal capacities since 2009....
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