Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2017"
Texas Supreme Court Building

The Texas Supreme Court ruled that claims for breach of fiduciary duties do not require proof of actual damages. In the opinion on First United Pentecostal Church of Beaumont v. Parker, the Court partially reversed a lower court’s summary judgment on the determination that fiduciary “breach of loyalty” does not need to be shown…(Read More)

Ty Sheehan

Super Lawyers magazine, in its 2017 Annual List of Top Young Attorneys, declared Hornberger Fuller & Garza attorney, Ty Hunter Sheehan, as a Texas 2017 Rising Star. According to the publication, the Rising Stars list “recognizes attorneys who have been practicing under the age of 40 (or for less than 10 years) and have obtained…(Read More)

Ty Sheehan

The San Antonio Bar Foundation announced that Hornberger, Fuller & Garza attorney, Ty Sheehan, was recently elected to their Fellows Program. SABF Fellows “serve as patrons of the charitable heart of the legal community.” Mr. Sheehan and other members of the Class of 2017 represent 1/3 of 1% of San Antonio Bar Association members…(Read More)

Andy Cohen

Attorney Andy Cohen has joined the San Antonio law firm of Hornberger Fuller & Garza, Incorporated as a shareholder. A top San Antonio real estate attorney, as selected by Scene in SA Magazine, Mr. Cohen will join the firm’s transactions and real estate practice groups. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Cohen was a…(Read More)

Texas Supreme Court Building

On March 2nd, the Thirteenth District Court of Appeals issued their ruling on Burlington Resources v. Texas Crude and Amber Harvest. It was the first case ruling since the Texas Supreme Court ruled in Chesapeake v. Hyder in which the court upheld lease provisions that prohibited the drilling company from deducting post-production costs from…(Read More)