News

From time to time, the Firm publishes news items relating to the Firm, our lawyers, or our clients.
Jan 8, 2024

2024 Best Lawyers® Recognizes 13 Enoch Kever Attorneys

Each year since the founding of ENOCH KEVER in 2011, we have been included among the Best Law Firms in America. Again this year, members of our firm have been singled out with high praise for their professionalism and outstanding service. The list includes ENOCH KEVER partners, of counsel, and associates. Founding member Andy Kever […]

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Dec 5, 2023

EK Associate Zack Horton Ponders the New Texas Courts

As the legislative landscape in Texas continues to transform, many have taken to postulating the pros and cons.  Our own Zack Horton took to his laptop, and penned his thoughts for the October 2023 edition of the News for the Bar — a publication of The Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas.  The […]

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Oct 12, 2023

Enoch Kever Partners Craig Enoch and Amy Prueger authored articles selected “Best Of” for 2023

Craig Enoch and Amy Prueger each had articles selected for The Advocate’s “Best Of” Litigation Update 2023, a publication of the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section. Craig, along with Co-Author Thomas R. Phillips, penned the Texas Supreme Court Update – a paper surveying cases that were decided by the Supreme Court of Texas from […]

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Sep 22, 2023

Churchin and Prueger take to the CLE circuit

On September 7, Enoch Kever attorneys Amy Prueger  and Sara Berkeley Churchin  (along with Supreme Court of Texas Justice, Jeff Boyd) presented a CLE  to over 70 attorneys with the San Antonio Bar Association. The presentation, sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Litigation Section focused on the newly formed Texas Business Court and 15th […]

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Aug 18, 2023

Broaddus and Horton have success in the Fourth Court of Appeals

Enoch Kever attorneys, Marla Broaddus and Zack Horton, successfully fended off a sovereign immunity plea to the jurisdiction in front of a trial court and before the Fourth Court of Appeals (San Antonio). The client is alleging damages resulting from governmental action and these victories will permit the client to continue to fight for recovery.  […]

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Jul 21, 2023

Einhorn and Lorber Published in Texas Bar Journal

Enoch Kever Members, Elana Einhorn and Melissa Lorber, along with Amanda G. Taylor and Maitreya Tomlinson, have been published in the July/August 2023 Texas Bar Journal. The article, HELP US HELP YOU – Top 10 appellate mistakes in the trial courts, “outlines 10 common mistakes in the trial court that cause problems on appeal,” specifically: […]

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May 17, 2023

Shelby O’Brien Elected to Austin Bar Association Board of Directors

Enoch Kever is proud to announce that Shelby O’Brien has been elected to the Austin Bar Association Board of Directors. The Austin Bar Association is among the largest metropolitan legal professional organizations in Texas with membership of more than 3,500 local attorneys in 22 different legal specialties. Shelby’s two-year term will start July 1, 2023.  […]

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May 8, 2023

Elana Einhorn’s Work Published in Two Journals

EK Member, Elana Einhorn, has written two new articles. The July 2023 issue of the Texas Bar Journal will feature Top 10 Appellate Mistakes at the Trial Court based on a presentation by Melissa Lorber (Enoch Kever PLLC), Amanda Taylor (Butler Snow LLP), and Maitreya Tomlinson (The Tomlinson Firm LLP), This article outlines ten common […]

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May 5, 2023

Melissa Lorber Argues at the First Court of Appeals

Melissa Lorber made headlines last month with her First Court of Appeals Argument representing Preston Hollow in case number 01-21-00602-CVI, Senior Care Living VI LLC vs. Preston Hollow Capital LLC et al. For more information, here are links to the court of appeals page for the case, the video of the oral argument, and the […]

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Mar 16, 2023

Introductions at the Investiture

Enoch Kever is proud to maintain a strong relationship with the regulatory/administrative law community. EK founding member, Retired Justice Craig Enoch, had the honor of introducing his friend and former Winstead colleague, Hon. Linda Burgess, at her recent induction as Administrative Law Judge for the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings. Seen here with the […]

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