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Gardere Client Files Suit for Insurance Company's Failure to Reimburse Defense Costs

04.04.13

Law360 reported on a Texas state judge finding in favor of Gardere client Shore Chan Bragalone DePumpo LLP. In a bench ruling, Dallas County District Court Judge Emily Tobolowsky found that a binding settlement agreement had been reached in December between Shore Chan and Steven Thrasher Associates LLC in a dispute over whether the firm still owed Thrasher a percentage of fees in collected in patent suits. Judge Tobolowsky stated that she didn't have authority to interpret the reach of the settlement's release provision.

Shore Chan, Michael Shore and Alfonso Chan are represented by Gardere Litigation Attorneys Joe B. Harrison, William G. Whitehill and James (Jim) C. Scott.

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