News

From time to time, the Firm publishes news items relating to the Firm, our lawyers, or our clients.
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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May 23, 2019

Catherine Morse joins the Skillpoint Alliance Board of Directors

AUSTIN — On May 22, Skillpoint Alliance’s Board of Directors voted to approve Catherine Morse (Enoch Kever, PLLC) as its newest member, effective immediately. As a member of the Board, Catherine will help promote Skillpoint’s mission and vision within the Central Texas community. “I am proud to be a part of Skillpoint Alliance, whose rapid certification […]

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Mar 5, 2019

Energy Transfer Partners awarded record damages against Enterprise Partner Products. The appeal presents an important issue about partnership formation.

ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS, L.P. AND ENERGY TRANSFER FUEL, L.P. v. ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS, L.P. AND ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS OPERATING LLC, Case No. 17-0862, The Supreme Court of Texas. To see The Supreme Court of Texas briefing, follow this link.  And to see (10/08/2019) Oral Argument, look here. Energy Transfer Partners was awarded $500,000,000 against Enterprise Partner […]

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Oct 20, 2015

Enoch Kever appellate team continues constitutional challenge to a tax targeting small competitors (Updated)

Combs v. Texas Small Tobacco Coal., 440 S.W.3d 304 (Tex. App.—Austin 2014), review granted (Oct. 9, 2015). To review the briefing filed by the Enoch Kever team, please click here. To view the opinion from the Austin Court of Appeals, please click here. The Texas Supreme Court granted the State’s petition and has submitted the case. Member […]

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Oct 9, 2015

Enoch Kever appellate team continues constitutional challenge to a tax targeting small competitors (Updated)

Combs v. Texas Small Tobacco Coal., 440 S.W.3d 304 (Tex. App.—Austin 2014), review granted (Oct. 9, 2015). To review the briefing filed by the Enoch Kever team, please click here. To view the opinion from the Austin Court of Appeals, please click here. The Texas Supreme Court granted the State’s petition and has submitted the case. Member […]

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