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  • Kristal Thomson joins Langley & Banack

    Langley & Banack’s Family Law practice group is excited to announce the addition of Kristal C. Thomson, board certified family lawyer, to their group. Ms. Thomson handles complex family law matters and is involved in family law advocacy statewide. Bio coming soon!

  • Langley & Banack gives back (teddy bears)

    Langley & Banack was honored to be a part of the Downtown Rotary Club’s “Bear Hunt”. Led by Shareholder Bill Armstrong, firm members collected stuffed animals to bring joy to children and animals for the holidays. The spirit of the season is giving and Langley & Banack gives generously!

  • Chris Hodge speaking at fiduciary litigation seminar

    Shareholder Chris Hodge will speak Thursday at the State Bar of Texas’ Fiduciary Litigation Course in Houston on Poison Pills in Fiduciary Litigation.  Mr. Hodge will highlight the most dangerous turns a fiduciary litigation case can take and how to avoid them.

  • Gayla Corley shines as TADC magazine editor

    Shareholder Gayla Corley has dedicated her 2016 to serving the Texas Association of Defense Counsel as magazine editor and board member. She has also assisted with conference planning and panel discussions for many years. Langley & Banack is proud of her involvement in such a prestigious organization.

  • Rob Ramsey’s annual update published

    Shareholder Robinson Ramsey wrote his annual update entitled “Evidence and Civil Procedure Updates” for the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section’s Fall edition of The Advocate.

  • Marc Stroope writes on green building

    Industrial facilities are responsible for 30 percent of the nation’s total energy consumption and use an estimated 15,900 million gallons of water per day, roughly 4 percent of total domestic daily water use.

  • Jo Chris Lopez to address family cases for SABA

    Shareholder and Langley & Banack Family Law Practice Group Chair Jo Chris Lopez to speak on family cases and issues for the San Antonio Bar Association’s Family Law Section meeting on October 18th.