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  • Class plaintiffs succeeded in fighting off the bulk of fintech infrastructure company Plaid, Inc.’s attempts to dismiss their privacy litigation claims in federal court this week. U.S. Magistrate Judge Donna M. Ryu ruled that plaintiffs’ class action case could continue on their invasion of privacy claim, unjust enrichment claim, and claim under the California Anti-Phishing ...

  • Daniel Charest and Darren Nicholson represent the firm this year on the list of the “Best Lawyers in Dallas” published by D Magazine. Both are recognized in the practice area of Commercial Litigation. During the past year Mr. Charest has also been honored as “Attorney of the Year” by Texas Lawyer, and named among a select ...

  • Burns Charest won a complete victory on behalf of a pro bono client in Tarrant County Family Court this week who was facing the loss of her home, jail and monetary damages in a lawsuit brought by her ex-husband to enforce provisions contained within the Court’s prior award of residence. The firm’s client, Ms. Reese, ...

  • Burns Charest earned another victory for their Howard County, Texas clients, sisters Cara Nichols and Cynthia Morris, in Kentucky Federal court. In the summary judgment order, the Court granted summary judgment in favor of the clients’ declaratory cause of action and against the broker’s counterclaim. Founding partner, Daniel Charest, and associate, Morgan Buller, fought on ...

  • Three Burns Charest attorneys in the firm’s Dallas office have been recognized among the top young attorneys in the state on the list of Texas Rising Stars. Mallory Biblo, Spencer Cox and Russell Herman are this year’s honorees, which are selected by Thomson Reuters’ legal division to recognize outstanding lawyers under the age of 40 ...

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