Law News & Events
Attorney G. Thomas Coghlan retires
Tom has enjoyed an extremely successful career as a litigator and we are honored that he was part of our Firm.
Clinton Butler and Elizabeth Kopecki write on what royalty owners need to do to protect themselves in the event of an operator bankruptcy
Shareholders Clinton Butler and Elizabeth Kopecki were published in the most recent edition of the Section Report for the Oil, Gas, and Energy Resources Section of the State Bar on mineral owners and operator bankruptcy issues.
David Gragg and Roger Kirstein named 2020 Lawyers of the Year
Shareholders David S. Gragg and Roger D. Kirstein were voted 2020 Lawyers of the Year by Best Lawyers in America for Bankruptcy and Construction Litigation.
Meet Community Champion: Katelyn Jones
Katelyn is the daughter of paralegal Lori Jones and she is organizing the first Virtual Be the Light Run/Walk supporting the David’s Legacy Foundation.
SUPREME COURT ANNOUNCES TITLE VII PROTECTS GAY AND TRANSGENDER EMPLOYEES AGAINST DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE
In a majority opinion issued today, the United States Supreme Court held Title VII’s protection against sex discrimination in the workplace includes discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Modifying PPP Loans in Light of the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020
On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 was approved by both houses of Congress and submitted to the President for signature. The legislative intent of the Act being to offer new and existing borrowers greater flexibility with respect to forgiveness eligibility and, ultimately, repayment of their PPP loans.