Review: “Lance did a great job as Texas counsel for us in a large commercial dispute. He worked hard, kept us informed, and his fees were reasonable.”
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Litigation, Securities & Investment Fraud, Arbitration, Employment & Labor
Review: “Mr. Featherston was hired for a lien since we were not getting payment. Not only did Mr. Featherston get our payment but we also collected the attorney fees and interest. Mr. Featherston kept us informed every step of ...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Litigation, Probate, Business, Estate Planning
Thank you for visiting my profile. I am a dual licensed attorney. I have been licensed in Louisiana since 1990 and in Texas since 1994. I have been in private practice for nearly 24 years, with the exception of the nearly three years that I spent ...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Litigation, Personal Injury
Bryant attended University of Texas at Austin for his undergraduate studies and South Texas College of Law. Bryant's practice is primarily focused on mass tort, personal injury litigation and real estate matters.
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Insurance
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