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CARRINGTON COLEMAN WELCOMES PATENT LAW, ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEYS

Intellectual property attorney Seth Horwitz and estate planning and probate attorney Catherine Bright Haws have joined the Dallas office of Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, LLP, as Of Counsel.

“Seth and Catherine are talented lawyers who embrace the high standards that clients expect from our firm,” said Carrington Coleman Managing Partner Bruce Collins. “Each brings an impressive understanding of the needs of their clients in their individual practice areas.”


Mr. Horwitz’s experience in patent preparation and prosecution bolsters the firm’s formidable intellectual property and technology law practice. His work includes patent portfolio management; inter partes review (IPR); trademark registration and opposition; copyright licensing and enforcement; domain name arbitration; and identity theft, privacy and publicity rights matters. A registered patent attorney, his work encompasses a variety of technologies including:

• Network architectures
• Software as a service (SaaS)
• Semiconductor lithography and device architectures
• Optics
• Security Systems
• Image compression and processing
• Industrial machines
• Firearms

A 1998 graduate of Rice University with degrees in electrical engineering and math, and a 2001 graduate of Columbia University School of Law, Mr. Horwitz joins Carrington Coleman from the Dallas office of Glast, Phillips & Murray, PC.

To learn more about Mr. Horwitz, please click here.


Board certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Ms. Haws is a trusted advisor to clients on estate planning and probate matters, including:

• Will and trust agreement preparation
• Planning for a potential mental incapacity
• Probate and estate administration
• Family business formation and succession
• Fiduciary litigation
• Estate, gift and generation-skipping tax planning

A 2001 graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law, Ms. Haws joins the firm from Key Harrington Barnes, PC.

To learn more about Ms. Haws, please click here.

D MAGAZINE SELECTS SEVEN CARRINGTON COLEMAN ATTORNEYS TO BEST LAWYERS IN DALLAS 2017 LIST

Carrington Coleman D Magazine Best Lawyers 2017

Seven Carrington Coleman attorneys are featured in D Magazine’s May Issue highlighting the Best Lawyers in Dallas 2017. The selected attorneys are:

Cathy Altman – Construction Litigation
Mike Birrer – Labor & Employment
Kelli Hinson – Professional Liability Litigation
Mark Howland – Intellectual Property
Monica Latin – Business / Commercial Litigation
Bret Madole – Corporate Law: General
Mike Sutherland – Bankruptcy & Workout

The attorneys on the D Magazine Best Lawyers list are peer-nominated. Nominations are received from lawyers with a valid Texas Bar number who are asked the question, “Which Dallas lawyers, of those whose work you have witnessed firsthand, would you rank among the current best?” Those selected offer exceptional counsel in 34 practice areas.

SEVEN CARRINGTON COLEMAN ATTORNEYS NAMED 2017 TEXAS RISING STARS

Congratulations to our seven Carrington Coleman attorneys selected for the 2017 Texas Rising Stars list. This honor was awarded to all four of our recently named partners and three associates.

Carrington Coleman 2017 Texas Rising Stars

Our 2017 Rising Stars list and their primary area of practice:
Top Row: Lance Currie – Business Litigation, Amy Lott – Securities & Corporate Finance, Lisa Lucas – Bankruptcy: Business.
Bottom Row: Alex More – Securities Litigation, Debrán O’Neil – Business Litigation, Chiji Offor – IP Litigation, Sara Romine – Business Litigation.

Sara Romine had the additional distinction of being named to the Up-and-Coming 100: 2017 Texas Rising Stars and the Up-and-Coming 50: 2017 Women Texas Rising Stars lists.

The Rising Stars list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less. Super Lawyers, who publishes the Rising Star lists, uses a patented multiphase selection process, including nominations, independent research, and peer evaluations.

ALTMAN MODERATES DALLAS COUNTY JUDGE JENKINS PRESENTATION

Thank you to the Texas General Counsel Forum for hosting Moderator Cathy Altman and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins at your January meeting. It was a timely presentation on economic opportunities and issues for North Texas business, the region’s role in the state and national economy, and lessons in crisis management.

CARRINGTON COLEMAN 2017 ANNOUNCEMENT

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2017 – LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER GREAT YEAR OF CLIENT SERVICE.

2016 was a great year for Carrington Coleman.  We continued to grow our corporate and transactional practice, expanded our Intellectual Property  practice group, and strengthened our reputation as the firm of choice for cutting-edge and complex litigation.

Our most important goal, always, is to serve the many good clients and friends with whom we have worked, some for many decades, and others for the first time this past year.  You are the measure of our success.

As Managing Partner, I want to thank you for being our clients and friends.  I hope you will join me in celebrating the growth, awards, and recognitions of our excellent attorneys.  We wish you the very best in 2017.

Click here to see a full copy of Carrington Coleman’s 2017 Announcement.

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