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So from the beginning I kind of thought I was going to be a just a number and one out of hundreds of files in... more
Dallas  Amy K. Witherite

Amy Witherite

Dallas, TX Trucking Accident
Avvo rating 10.0
Both Patrick and John were upfront, honest, and advised me every step of the way. Nothing was left to... more
Dallas  John Warren Raggio

John Raggio

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.0
Glenn Janik was proactive and provided an open line of communication. He helped to resolve my issue quickly.... more
Dallas  Glenn Edward Janik

Glenn Janik

Dallas, TX Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 10.0
When my wife and I decided to divorce I was tasked with finding a lawyer who had a reasonable cost. I met... more
Dallas  Christopher Michael Schmiedeke

Christopher Schmiedeke

Dallas, TX Family
Avvo rating 8.5
I consider Nancy Elizabeth Ohan as God sent to me. She understood how emotionally torn up I was about my DWI... more
Dallas  Nancy Elizabeth Ohan

Nancy Ohan

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.6
I came in not knowing what to expect with my case. When I meet Mr.Cole I knew I was at the right attorney!... more
Dallas  Stacy Lyn Cole

Stacy Cole

Dallas, TX Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 9.7
Michael has represented me twice already. I must say, both times I was very pleased with his work. He is a... more
Dallas  Michael Milone Presti

Michael Presti

Dallas, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 7.8
Rob was very informative, and tentative to all my concerns. He was extremely professional, dressed sharp and... more
Dallas  Robert Carl Frazer

Robert Frazer

Dallas, TX Child Custody
Avvo rating 8.7


practicing lawyers in Dallas

The history of Dallas Love Field airport is rockier than its name suggests. In 1964, city officials decided to shift operations at Love Field to the planned Dallas-Fort Worth International. DFW opened in 1973, but Southwest Airlines refused to move. Southwest had begun operations at Love Field in 1971, and argued that they never agreed to move.

The Supreme Court agreed, ruling that Southwest could do business at Love Field as long as it remained an airport. Congress, however, soon passed the Wright Amendment, a law that restricted passenger traffic out of Love Field. The law was conditionally repealed in 2006, and all restrictions on Love Field expire in October 2014.

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