Month: August 2015

  • “We’re looking forward to our day in court; we have two more very good claims that we’re eager to press forward,” said Daniel Charest of Burns Charest in Dallas, who is representing the plaintiffs....

  • Judge: Chesapeake improperly deducted postproduction costs from Bass-led group’s royalty checks “I think the landowners are gratified by the court’s ruling and it tracks the language of the leases,” Daniel Charest, the attorney for the Bass-led group, told the Star-Telegram. “The court saw there was not a material issue of fact and we happy with ...

  • Chesapeake Loses Key Ruling In Bass Family Royalty Suit “We’re gratified by the court’s ruling,” plaintiffs’ attorney Dan Charest of Burns Charest LLP said Monday. “We think it tracks the language of the leases and the way the facts came into evidence. We look forward to taking our remaining claims to the jury.” Read the ...

  • “This is an important day for American consumers,” said Warren T. Burns of Burns Charest LLP, interim co-lead counsel for the end-pay or plaintiffs. “This is the second major settlement in a month, demonstrating the strength of our clients’ claims. This should send a strong signal to the remaining defendants that it is time to resolve this case.”...

  • A settlement has been reached with Japanese shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd., known as MOL, in a major class-action antitrust lawsuit filed by individual consumers and auto, truck and equipment dealerships against more than a dozen international companies accused of artificially driving up shipping costs....