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Buschbaum v. Nestle Waters North America (Albritton and Latchford were counsel for plaintiff in an employment discrimination case in the Eastern District of Texas, which settled for a confidential sum)

 

McCoo v. Titus Regional Medical Center (Albritton and Latchford were counsel for plaintiff in an employment discrimination case in the Eastern District of Texas, which settled for a confidential sum)

 

LaFavers v. Texas Pioneer (Albritton and Latchford were counsel for an insured in a DTPA claim against his insurance company, which resulted in payment in excess of policy limits) 

Summers v. AD&E Ventures (Albritton and Latchford were counsel for a plaintiff in Gregg County, Texas on a breach of contract case against a real estate development company, which resulted in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff)

Player v. East Texas Copy Systems (Albritton and Latchford were counsel for an employee in Gregg County, Texas on a covenant not to compete action against the employer, which resulted in a judgment finding the covenant not enforceable and awarding the employee damages)

Sumrow v. Teel (Albritton, Latchford, and Chin were counsel for plaintiff in a breach of fiduciary duty case in Rockwall County, Texas, which resulted in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff) 


USA v. Ramona Brant (Albritton and Cassel secured a Presidential grant of clemency for a client serving a life sentence for a federal drug conspiracy out of the Western District of North Carolina)

 

Saffran v. Boston Scientific (Albritton was trial counsel for plaintiff in patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a judgment in favor of plaintiff)

Saffran v. Cordis (Albritton was trial counsel for plaintiff in patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a judgment for $590 million in favor of plaintiff)

Core Wireless v. Apple (Albritton was trial counsel for defendant in a patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a take-nothing judgement in favor of Apple)

Ali v. Stephens (Albritton, along with Latchford, was trial counsel for plaintiff in a religious freedom case in Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a permanent injunction for plaintiff)

USA v. Green (Albritton was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in the Northern District of Texas, which resulted in an acquittal on charges of arson and mail fraud)

State v. Robertson (Albritton was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Titus County, which resulted in an acquittal on the charge of murder)

Dretke v. Haley (Albritton was counsel of record and argued on behalf of Haley at the U.S. Supreme Court, which resulted in a remand and relief in favor of Haley)

DataTreasury v. EDS (Albritton was counsel of record and argued on behalf of DataTreasury at the Federal Circuit, which resulted in affirmance in favor of DataTreasury)

Henderson v. Stephens (Albritton was counsel of record in several appeals to the Fifth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court in a habeas action for death-sentenced defendant)

State v. Moore (Albritton, along with Cassel, was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Upshur County, which resulted in acquittal of School Board President in first trial in Texas for conspiracy to violate the Open Meetings Act)

Ex parte Bryant (Cassel, along with Albritton, was habeas counsel before the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas, which resulted in reversal of capital murder conviction) 

State v. Olds (Cassel was trial counsel for a capital murder defendant in a criminal case in Harrison County, which, in the middle of trial, resulted in an offer plea to the minimum of 5 years in prison on lesser included offense of murder)

Aylor v. State (Cassel was appellate counsel, which resulted in reversal of Driving While Intoxicated conviction based upon telephonically obtained search warrant for blood specimen)

Hargett v. State (Cassel was trial and appellate counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Harrison County, which resulted in the trial court’s revocation of felony Driving While Intoxicated probation was reversed based upon failed drug tests were improperly admitted)

State v. Reese (Cassel was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Smith County, which resulted in acquittal on Driving While Intoxicated with a breath test of .099 and defendant denied drinking)

State v. Hood (Cassel was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Gregg County, which resulted in acquittal for felony Driving While Intoxicated)

State v. Murphy (Cassel was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Titus County, which resulted in probation from a jury for defendant in for possessing over a kilogram of cocaine)

State v. Fleming (Cassel was trial counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Upshur County, which resulted in secured plea offer to reduce charge of murder to criminally negligent homicide where client confessed to shooting spouse)

USA v. Long (Cassel was counsel for defendant in a criminal case in Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in dismissal of the charges of money laundering conspiracy)

Goudeau v. Andrews (Latchford, along with Cassel, was trial counsel for plaintiff in an excessive use of force case in the Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a verdict in favor of plaintiff)   

DataTreasury v. U.S. Bank (Bruster was trial counsel for plaintiff in patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas, which resulted in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff)

DataTreasury v. Bank of America (Bruster was trial counsel for plaintiff in a patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas, which settled for a confidential sum during trial)

Penny v. Sunbridge Healthcare Corp. (Bruster was trial counsel for a plaintiff in a nursing home neglect case resulting in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff, and also served as appellate counsel where judgment was affirmed in part by Sixth Court of Appeals-Texas)

Helton v. FMC Corporation Inc. (Bruster was trial counsel for plaintiff in a commercial business case in Arkansas, which resulted in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff)

Davenport v. Ford, et al. (Bruster was trial counsel for plaintiff in a wrongful death case in Arkansas, which resulted in a judgment in favor of the plaintiff)

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