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  • 2 Langley & Banack Shareholders named Outstanding Lawyers

    Catherine M. Stone, Chair of the Appellate Section and Thomas H. Veitch were both named as San Antonio Business Journal’s 2015 Outstanding Lawyers. A luncheon was held at the Pearl Stable to highlight the accomplishments of the honorees and the esteemed San Antonio legal community.

  • Clinton Butler speaks at Meritas regional meeting

    Shareholder Clinton Butler addressed attorneys from around the United States who attended the 2015 Meritas regional meeting in Houston.  The theme of the meeting was energy, with a focus on Texas and national and international energy trends and issues.  Mr. Butler’s presented on deed interpretation lawsuits and was able to share from his vast experience handling these matters in Karnes and surrounding counties.

  • SA Scene magazine names its top San Antonio personal injury lawyers

    Shareholders Lucretia R. Marmor, Steven D. Browne and Ruben Valadez were named as part of San Antonio’s Top 30 Personal Injury Lawyers for 2016 in San Antonio Scene magazine.  Dane Patrick was also named as one of the other best personal injury lawyers in the poll.

  • Congratulations to the Firm’s 35 Best Lawyers in San Antonio

    San Antonio Scene magazine named 35 Langley &Banack attorneys to their Best Lawyers list for 2015. Recognized in areas ranging from real estate and family law to bankruptcy and litigation, Langley & Banack is proud to be part of the esteemed San Antonio legal community.

  • Buddy Banack celebrates 50 years

    Shareholder Emerson “Buddy” Banack, Jr. celebrated his 50 year anniversary practicing law on Wednesday, May 6th at the Plaza Club.  His family and colleagues, including Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ronald B. King, who is a former Langley & Banack attorney, and Dr. William L. Heinrich, President of the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, gave speeches honoring Buddy and his contributions to the legal field and the San Antonio community.  To read Buddy’s reflections on practicing for 50 years, click on the following link to his interview with the San Antonio Business Journal’s Katie Burke.

  • Tom Veitch appointed to Texas Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel

    Shareholder Thomas H. Veitch has been appointed by the Commissioner of Insurance as the public representative on the Texas Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel.  The Panel is part of the Texas Department of Insurance and Mr. Veitch will hear cases from across the state.

  • Bob Werner Elected Mayor of Shavano Park

    Tax and Employee Benefits Shareholder Bob Werner was elected Mayor of the City of Shavano Park this month.  Mr. Werner has been an active member of the City of Shavano Park government having served as a Councilman and on the Planning & Zoning Committee, where he has served as Chairman since 2006.  Mr. Werner replaces Mayor Pro Tem Michele Bunting Ross.

  • Rob Ramsey wins New Yorker Caption Contest

    Shareholder Rob Ramsey’s caption was voted #1 by The New Yorker readers on April 6, 2015.  Each week there are approximately 5,000 entries in the caption contest, so selection as a finalist is a great honor.  Rob is not only a talented appellate and family lawyer, he is also a gifted comedic writer.  Congratulations, Rob.

  • Former Chief Justice Stone inducted into San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame

    Shareholder and appellate practice group leader, Catherine M. Stone, was inducted into the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame on Saturday, March 21, 2015.  The purpose of the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame is to provide scholarships for local women looking to pursue higher education.  Langley & Banack is glad to support such an important organization in our community and we congratulate Former Chief Justice Stone and all of the 2015 inductees into the San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame.