News

From time to time, the Firm publishes news items relating to the Firm, our lawyers, or our clients.
Jul 5, 2022

Update on West Virginia v. EPA

Supreme Court Confines EPA Rulemaking on Climate Change, Recognizes Major Questions Doctrine Potentially Impacting Other Administrative Rulemaking – by Paul Sarahan, Bill Moore, and Rod Johnson United States Supreme Court found EPA’s Clean Power Plan unconstitutional because it exceeded the agency’s authority. The Court applied the “Major Question Doctrine” because of the political and economic […]

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May 24, 2022

Melissa Lorber & Amy Prueger part of  “All-Women Slate of Appellate Advocates” arguing  Winter Storm Uri case

Enoch Kever Members Melissa Lorber and Amy Prueger made headlines this week as they (along with Member Bill Moore) represented Vistra Corp. subsidiary Luminant Energy in its dispute with the Public Utility Commission of Texas in front of the Texas Third Court of Appeals.  The case centers around rules that the PUC adopted during Winter […]

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May 19, 2022

Prueger and Horton published in the Texas Bar Journal

Enoch Kever Attorneys, Amy Leila Saberian Prueger and Zackery Horton, contributed an article providing a brief update on the status of the Texas Citizens Participation Act for the February 2022 Texas Bar Journal. You can read the full article here: Texas Bar Journal: February 2022 The Narrowed Texas Citizens Participation Act  

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Dec 30, 2021

Mike Truesdale Appears on Texas Appellate Law Podcast

Mike Truesdale recently appeared on the Texas Appellate Law podcast to discuss his 27+ years as an appellate lawyer and his leadership in expanding access to appellate legal services for the poor and under-resourced. Mike travels the country speaking at local, state, and national conferences before court staff, legal services providers, and appellate practitioners, as […]

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Jul 8, 2021

Enoch Kever celebrates 10

Enoch Kever, celebrating 10 years of advocacy, was featured in the Business Anniversary Special Section of the Austin Business Journal.

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Apr 28, 2020

Enoch Kever Obtains Victory Upholding $1.3 Million Award in Breach of Professional Fee Agreement Lawsuit

The Enoch Kever legal team obtained a complete victory for a law firm regarding that firm’s clients’ refusal to pay fees they had agreed to pay, even though the firm achieved the relief the clients sought.  The Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals in Dallas decided the case in favor of Enoch Kever’s client on […]

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Apr 20, 2020

The Texas Tribune recently dubbed ENOCH KEVER “a well-connected law firm.” (Emma Platoff – Dec. 19, 2019).

In describing a significant international transaction, that resulted in litigation between a foreign owned business and Texas investor John Paul DeJoria, Texas Tribune reporter, Emma Platoff, called out the efforts of Enoch Kever founder, Justice Craig Enoch (Ret.), and his “well-connected” law firm. While not quite accurately reporting about the transaction― on statements by the […]

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Jan 9, 2020

Members Craig Enoch and Rod Johnson play key role in bringing US Army Futures Command to Austin.

Justice Enoch, serving as general counsel in 2018 to the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, became the central point of contact between the Austin community and the Pentagon at a time the US Army had proposed to stand up the first new Army Command in 40 years. The Command has taken leadership in conceptualizing, designing, […]

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Dec 4, 2019

Client Advisory: Communications equipment and services from certain manufacturers may threaten national security

On November 22, 2019, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) adopted rules banning the use of federal universal service fund (“USF”) subsidies to purchase equipment and services from any company posing a national security threat to communications networks or communications supply chains.  The FCC also set out (1) a certification and audit-based process to streamline the […]

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Nov 5, 2019

Katherine K. Mudge Speaks on fiber and wireless infrastructure deployment at the 2019 INCOMPAS Show in Louisville, Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – November 4, 2019—Deployment of fiber and wireless network facilities is a top priority for broadband, data and voice service carriers and providers, but their network construction efforts are too often challenged by more than just weather, terrain and logistics.  Carriers and transmission companies must also overcome, in a timely manner, the legal […]

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