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  • A West Virginia court has ordered Walmart to turn over all materials supplied to state and federal agencies investigating the retail giant’s practices in dispensing opioid medications. Burns Charest represents hospitals dealing with the crushing pressures on financial and human resources caused by the opioid epidemic. In the order, the court overruled each objection by ...

  • Warren Burns of Burns Charest served as lead class counsel in successful efforts resulting in a $3.5 million settlement on behalf of purchasers of promotional items, including silicone wristbands and pin buttons, from four national suppliers. Gennex Media LLC, Custom Wristbands Inc., Zaappaaz Inc. and Netbrands Media Corp. each agreed to contribute to the settlement. ...

  • Three Burns Charest partners have been selected to the 2020 list of Texas Super Lawyers. Honorees are chosen through a process involving nominations by other lawyers, a review by a blue-ribbon panel of attorneys who practice the same areas of law, and research by the publication’s staff. The list reflects only the top 5 percent ...

  • Burns Charest secured a full summary judgment win for its Dallas-based client, Turtle Creek Energy, LLC, in a case involving mineral deed rights against Oklahoma energy company Stack Energy Partners, LLC, in Grady County District Court, Oklahoma. This hearing was the team’s first in-person hearing since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. And it was ...

  • Daniel Charest, co-founder of Burns Charest LLP, has earned recognition as a “Local Litigation Star” by the Benchmark Litigation guide to the nation’s top lawyers. Charest was named among the leading attorneys in Texas in recognition of his success for clients in his commercial litigation practice, mass actions, and class actions. The definitive guide to ...

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