Mr. Hassett is a partner and the primary litigator in the firm. He attended the University of North Texas, where he obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in corporate finance in 1993, and the University of Texas Sc...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Litigation, Construction & Development, Employment & Labor
I've been practicing law since 1997, and am, broadly speaking, a business law attorney focused on complex commercial litigation, with a specialty in construction matters. I structure, write contracts for, and represent businesses in court. I lit...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Business, Arbitration, Construction & Development
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Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Debt Collection, Family, Consumer Protection, Probate
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