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Meet Bryan Zubay

SHJ is pleased to welcome associate Bryan Zubay to our team. We’ve asked Bryan to discuss his prior work experience, first impressions of SHJ, and commitment to LGBTQ pro bono work.

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Dan Hinde Elected to American Law Institute

SHJ partner Dan Hinde has been elected to membership in the American Law Institute (ALI), the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law.

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SHJ Represents Trustee in Auto Industry’s Largest-Ever Floor Plan Financing Fraud

SHJ is representing the litigation trustee in the sprawling, two-year bankruptcy case against Lubbock, Texas-based Reagor Dykes Auto Group. As special litigation counsel to the debtors, and now as counsel to the litigation trustee, SHJ partners Marc Tabolsky and Andy Hicks have filed multiple claims seeking more than $60 million on behalf of the Reagor Dykes bankruptcy estate and creditors’ trust.

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New York Times and Chicago Tribune Profile SHJ Client

In 2018, Bernice Heiderman, a 24-year-old Peace Corps volunteer serving in Comoros, an island off the east coast of Africa, died of undiagnosed malaria, raising serious concerns about the quality of the Peace Corps’ medical care. Now, SHJ partner Adam Dinnell is helping Bernice’s parents file a lawsuit against the agency.

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Meet Dave Finkel

SHJ is pleased to welcome summer associate Dave Finkel to our team. Dave is a rising 3L at the University of Chicago Law…

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Meet Fatima Aslam 

SHJ is pleased to welcome summer associate Fatima Aslam to our team. Fatima recently graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center with an LL.M. in International Business and Economic Law and a Certificate in International Arbitration.

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Dan Hinde Appointed Chair of Texas Bar Oversight Committee

SHJ partner Dan Hinde has been named Chair of the State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charge Oversight Committee for 2020-21. The committee is responsible for vetting and approving all proposed changes and updates to the nine-volume Texas Pattern Jury Charges (PJCs) published by the State Bar.

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Schiffer Hicks Johnson Spring 2020 Newsletter

No one could describe the first quarter of 2020 as “business as usual.” Our spring newsletter offers timely insight into pressing COVID-19 issues, from genetic typing in tort litigation to cyberattacks, involuntary quarantines, and emerging trends in force majeure.

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