Congratulations to Mano DeAyala for his inclusion in the 23rd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© in the practice area of Litigation – Real Estate.
Buck Keenan recently participated in defending a lawsuit brought by Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations against an ex-employee for alleged violations of a non-compete agreement and trade secrets act, and was able to get it dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction.
In Stan Brian Akins and Timothy D. Miller v. Hiram Perez, et al. in the 157th District Court of Harris County, Texas, attorneys Mano DeAyala and Andrew Wright obtained a final summary judgment in the amount of $450,000 involving the sale of their clients’ environmental remediation business. After conducting strategic discovery, BK attorneys moved for summary judgment on their clients’ affirmative claims that Defendants and the purchaser had breached various agreements. The trial court granted summary judgment after oral argument.
Attorneys Mano DeAyala and Andrew Wright obtained a favorable six-figure settlement on behalf of a global financial advisory services company on its breach of contract claims against an NYSE listed REIT.
In Circle K Stores, Inc. v. All Persons Claiming Any Title, etc. in the 164th District Court of Harris County, Texas, after an oral hearing, attorneys Bill Gage and Andrew Wright obtained a final summary judgment on behalf of their client, quieting title to real property located in Harris County, Texas. The judgment will allow their client to develop the parcel of land.