Tag Archive: appeal

Many work accident victims are reluctant to do much investigating into what their rights are, mostly because they’re worried about biting the hand that feeds them, so to speak. But in reality, they need to find out what can be done so that no other employee goes through something similar. That could mean hiring an Austin work injury law firm, like Fears Nachawati, to represent...

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We are proud to report that the Texas Supreme Court has ruled today in favor of our client, who was the victim of a workplace sexual assault. In B.C. V. Steak N Shake, Fears Nachawati Partner Matthew McCarley served as trial counsel and fought to ensure justice for our client. The Dallas Court of Appeals originally held that victims of workplace violence and assaults were...

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Office Actions

June 5, 2016

Office Actions. You’ve worked hard to develop a business and to identify the business with a brand.  This brand has value to your business and is a valuable asset of your business.  It is important that you take all the necessary steps to ensure your asset is protected.  Failure to properly secure your trademark leaves your business vulnerable and other businesses could in fact copy...

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You may not think it needs saying, but make sure that the person giving you advice about immigration law is authorized to give it. Only an attorney or an accredited representative working for an organization recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals can give you legal advice. Notaries public, or the Spanish equivalent of “Notarios publicos” or “Notarios” for short have a different role in...

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Fears | Nachawati Law Firm is proud to report that The Texas Supreme Court has agreed to review a civil case where our client was the victim of a workplace sexual assault – B.C. v. Steak N Shake.  Fears Nachawati Partner, Matthew McCarley, is trial counsel and worked with appellate counsel, Matt Kita, in the fight to ensure our client received Justice.  The Dallas Court...

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Last week, on Monday, June 9th, a woman identified as Ingrid I. Morataya rear-ended and killed two others in Mesa, Arizona. The accident occurred at Recker and Brown roads in east Mesa, according to the Mesa Police Department. Morataya was driving a FJ Cruiser allegedly at a speed significantly higher than the posted speed limit when she crashed into 37-year-old Guadalupe Madril and 33-year-old Jason...

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