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Melinda is about as professional as they come I encourage anyone that has legal issues and want the best... more
Dallas  Melinda Joan Lehmann

Melinda Lehmann

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Manuel was completely different from any lawyer I have encountered. He was on top of everything he had to do... more
Dallas  Manuel Fahed Haddad

Manuel Haddad

Dallas, TX Lawyer
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Dan Chern was recommended to me by Keith Harvey. My dealings with Mr. Chern has been quick and professional.... more
Dallas  Daniel Bernard Chern

Daniel Chern

Dallas, TX Business
Avvo rating 6.6
I was lucky some of my friends used him, and was happy with what he done for them, so I hired him, I was so... more
Dallas  Joshua Michael Webber

Joshua Webber

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.7
Carolyn was literally our little God Send. We had just been taken through the ringer with a very bad attorney... more
Dallas  Carolyn Latimer

Carolyn Latimer

Dallas, TX Child Custody
Avvo rating 6.7
I am an active real estate investor. Several of my clients have declared BK to avoid paying their... more
Dallas  Robert M. Nicoud Jr.

Robert Nicoud

Dallas, TX Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 7.5
You want someone strong, knowledgeable & confident when you find yourself needing the services of an Attorney,... more
Dallas  Christopher Whitener Lewis

Christopher Lewis

Dallas, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Jeanne is outstanding in every way. After having been through several other attorneys, I was referred to... more
Dallas  Jeanne M. Huey

Jeanne Huey

Dallas, TX Mediation
Avvo rating 6.5


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 The law was conditionally repealed in 2006, and all restrictions on Love Field expire in October 2014.

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