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John Schorsch represented me in a divorce/custody case. Due to repeated and frustrating outcomes, John and I... more
Dallas  John Bruce Schorsch Jr.

John Schorsch

Dallas, TX Family
Avvo rating 9.2
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Dallas  Emily Diane Taylor

Emily Taylor

Dallas, TX Commercial
Avvo rating 6.2
Mr Winocor represented my parents July regarding a outstanding tax issue. He was kind and patient. He was... more
Dallas  Jonathan Francis Winocour

Jonathan Winocour

Dallas, TX Litigation
Avvo rating 9.6
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Dallas  Vincent W. Perini

Vincent Perini

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.2
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Dallas  Susan Renee Bond

Susan Bond

Dallas, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 8.5
The process was as smooth as any legal process could possibly be. I was kept informed of the status of my... more
Dallas  Jonathan Francis Winocour

Jonathan Winocour

Dallas, TX Litigation
Avvo rating 9.6
He had staff turnover, I only spoke with him twice personally. Never returns phone calls, I think he was... more
Dallas  Jonathan Michael Rolnick

Jonathan Rolnick

Atlanta, GA Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 6.6
Frank Agostino was extremely helpful in our case involving the IRS and certain deductions permitted by law... more
Dallas  Frank Agostino

Frank Agostino

Hackensack, NJ Business
Avvo rating 7.9


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 The law was conditionally repealed in 2006, and all restrictions on Love Field expire in October 2014.

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