Month: March 2020

  • Last week, Burns Charest managing partner Daniel Charest took part in the unveiling ceremony of two new baseball scoreboards donated by the firm to the USVI Department of Sports Parks and Recreation. To support the community, these scoreboards will be installed at the David C. Canegata Ballpark and the Reinhold “Rookie” Jackson Sport Complex, both ...

  • Following a summary judgment win in December, Burns Charest obtained a final judgment in favor of Howard County clients, sisters Cara Nichols and Cynthia Morris, this past week. The Sisters, two mineral owners in Howard County, Texas, turned to the Court for a declaratory judgment after a mineral broker, Nomad Land and Energy Resources, LLC, threatened the ...

  • The firm’s Daniel Charest believes that the ongoing oil price collapse will inevitably force many companies to liquidate assets and some will be driven out of existence. “It’s a yard sale,” he said in an interview with legal publication Law360.  “You’re going to see more contested bankruptcies, as there’s not an expectation of companies coming ...

  • Partners and Tulane alumni, Warren T. Burns and Daniel Charest, hosted the Dallas Chapter of Tulane Law alumni last night in the BC Dallas office. It was a great evening reuniting former classmates over drinks and bbq, while Dean David Meyer updated everyone on the latest achievements and future developments of the Tulane Law program....

  • Three Burns Charest attorneys in the firm’s Dallas office have been named to the list of Rising Stars in the legal profession in Texas. Mallory Biblo, Spencer Cox and LeElle Slifer are this year’s honorees, which are selected by Thomson Reuters’ legal division to recognize outstanding lawyers under the age of 40 and those who ...