News

  • Homeowners who live upstream of the Addicks and Barker dams in Houston rested their case today in a closely-watched trial to determine whether the federal government, which maintains and operates the dams, is liable for flooding private property during Tropical Storm Harvey....

  • The firm’s Daniel Charest has accepted a three-year appointment to the State Bar of Texas committee responsible for producing an updated guide for attorneys and judges in drafting questions, instructions, and definitions for jury charges involving oil and gas litigation. The Pattern Jury Charges – Oil & Gas Committee provides guidance in cases arising from ...

  • The firm is pleased to announce that partner Warren Burns has been named to the list of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas for 2019. This marks the first year that Mr. Burns has appeared on the elite list, which is compiled by the publication’s editors based on nominations from lawyers across North Texas. A ...

  • Burns Charest has filed a proposed federal class action against a group of Canadian manufacturers, alleging that the companies have conspired to artificially inflate the price of cedar shakes and shingles sold to contractors, construction companies and roofers in the U.S. The litigation, filed in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, includes ...

  • Burns Charest attorneys were part of a legal team that reached a $32.5 million settlement in proposed class action litigation brought by dentists who claimed 3M knowingly sold faulty dental crown products that popped out of patients’ mouths, then failed to follow through with its warranty. The firm’s Warren Burns told Law360 that 3M’s willingness ...

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