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Strasburger Successfully Defends Dallas Housing Authority

“It is my hope that the Court’s clear and concise opinion in this matter settles the issue of whether DHA discriminates in its hiring practices,” stated Greg Mays, Dallas Housing Authority’s General Counsel. On October 14, the Dallas Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas upheld a summary judgment in favor of the Read More…

Charles Hosch Comments on Federal Lawsuit Against AT&T

AT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data but had their Internet speeds cut by the company. According to Charles Hosch, the outcome of the lawsuit may depend on the definition of “unlimited.”


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Groundbreaking News: Strasburger’s Collin County Office to Move in 2016

Dan Butcher, Managing Partner; Paul Sander, Collin County’s Partner-in-Charge; and partners Kirk Sniff, Sam Hallman and Paul Sheldon (pictured) of Strasburger were pleased to participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for Frisco Bridges Place. Heady Investments is the developer of the location, which will become Strasburger’s new Collin County office. Strasburger will be the anchor tenant, occupying 40,000 square feet over two floors of the building.

Breaking News: Texas State Securities Board Adopts Crowdfunding Rules

On October 22, 2014, the Texas State Securities Board adopted crowdfunding rules without any substantive changes from those proposed in April. The rules create an exemption from registration for offerings of up to $1M to investors residing within the State of Texas and provide guidelines for registration of Texas crowdfunding portals. The Strasburger team is preparing Read More…


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The Housing Authorities of Texas Symposium Launches Fifth Year

Real estate deals. Sexual harrassment. Evictions. Homelessness. Empowerment. No, it’s not the latest version of the Real Housewives. These are just some of the legal topics to be discussed during Strasburger’s Housing Authorities of Texas Symposium (HATS). “Strasburger is proud to be a longtime supporter of Texas’ housing authorities,” said Katie Anderson, Chair of the firm’s Housing Authority Law Read More…