Court of Appeals Victory

Congratulations to Marc Richman for his recent victory in the Dallas Court of Appeals, reversing the trial court’s award of a homeowner’s property to his neighbor by adverse possession.  The neighbor built a fence squarely on the homeowner’s property up against the homeowner’s fence.  After almost 10 years of efforts by the homeowner to get his neighbor to remove it, the homeowner filed suit to avoid the 10-year adverse possession statute of limitations.  Following a bench trial, the trial court awarded the homeowner’s property to the neighbor.  The Dallas Court of Appeals reversed and rendered judgment in favor of the homeowner, and also remanded the homeowner’s request for his attorney’s fees to the trial court for its consideration.  The case is Blaylock v. Holland,  396 S.W.3d 720 (Tex. App. — Dallas, March 06, 2013), and can be found at:

Katherine Compton Featured Author onTrademark Litigation in the Texas Bar Journal

It is the firm’s pleasure, once again, to announce that Katherine Compton is a featured writer for the Texas Bar Journal.  In the January 2013 issue of the Texas Bar Journal, a publication that is distributed each month to every attorney licensed by the State of Texas, Katherine Compton provides a”Year in Review” in the area of trademark litigation.  Katherine’s article, which focuses on trademark protection in the fashion industry, can be found at the link provided below.


Katherine Compton featured in the October 2012 Texas Bar Journal

The Law Offices of Marc H. Richman is pleased to announce that, this month, you can find an article written by Katherine Compton featured in the Texas Bar Journal, a monthly publication distributed to every attorney licensed by the State of Texas.  Katherine’s article, “What In-House Attorneys Wish Outside Counsel Knew About Legal Fees,” can be accessed at the link provided below.