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P.O. Box 224626
Dallas, Texas 75222

Physical address:
2223 W Jefferson Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75208

214.946.8000 phone
214.946.8433 fax

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505 Cerrillos Road, Suite A209
Santa Fe, NM 87501

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2368A Rice Blvd. #447
Houston, Texas 77005

Monthly Archives: April 2016

Kirk and Thad are named “best lawyers” in Dallas for 2016!

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Congratulations to Kirk Pittard and Thad Spalding, who were named “Best Lawyers” in the Appellate category in the May 2016 issue of D Magazine. This is Kirk’s sixth time to be named to the list, and Thad’s fifth.  You can see the entire list of Dallas’s “best lawyers” in the Appellate category here.

Leighton and Morgan win in the Corpus Christi Court of Appeals!

Congratulations to KD&P partner, Leighton Durham, and associate, Morgan McPheeters, and trial counsel, Laura Tamez of the Herrera Law Firm, who successfully defended a trial court’s refusal to dismiss a medical malpractice case based on the defendants’ challenge to the Chapter 74 expert reports.  You can read the opinion here.

Thad Spalding is “Appellate Lawyer of the Week”!

Congratulations to Thad Spalding who was able to convince the Fifth Circuit to reverse a judgment against his client, even after the trial court determined that his client had been sold a helicopter that was not airworthy.  Based on that win, Texas Lawyer named Thad its “Appellate Lawyer of the Week.”  You can read the opinion here, and you can find the Texas Lawyer article about the case and Thad here.

Spalding and McPheeters win in the Dallas Court of Appeals!

Congratulations to Thad Spalding and Morgan McPheeters who successfully defended a summary judgment in a legal malpractice case in the Dallas Court of Appeals. Dan Tostrud and Matthew Last, with Cobb Martinez Woodward, successfully moved for summary judgment in the trial court in favor of an attorney in a legal malpractice case arising out of the handling of a judicial forfeiture proceeding, where the former client’s only evidence of causation was the conclusory affidavit of another attorney who simply claimed that he had successfully handled other forfeiture proceedings in the past and, because this particular case had not been successful, the attorney was therefore negligence.  The Dallas Court of Appeals agreed with the trial court and affirmed the summary judgment.  You can read the opinion here.