Firm News

  • Mark E. Wise was named an AV Preeminent® Top Rated Lawyer in Corporate Law in 2016.

  • Mark E. Wise was again named a Super Lawyer in 2016 by Texas Super Lawyers.

  • Verdict Search recently published their Top Texas Verdicts and Settlements of 2015 and recognized attorneys Leonard Meyer, Colin Guy, Nick Reisch, and Neil Rosenstein for obtaining the highest verdict in a Trusts and Estates case in Texas in 2015 in the will contest In Re: Estate of Herbert Joel Zieben, deceased, regarding a $32 million estate

  • Colin Guy’s recent article on Probate Appeals was published in The REPTL Reporter, the journal of the Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law section of the State Bar of Texas. Click here to download the article.

  • Albert H. Hiller has been named a Martindale Hubbell 2015 Top Rated Lawyer in Real Estate Law.

  • Neil M. Rosenstein was selected for inclusion in the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers.

  • Alvin L. Zimmerman was selected for inclusion in the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers.

  • Brian W. Zimmerman was selected for inclusion in the 2015 Texas Super Lawyers.

  • Colin Guy’s recent article on Crowdfunding was published by LawTechnologyToday.org. Click here to read the article.

  • The firm has added a new Probate and Litigation blog.

  • On October 14, 2015, William E. Morfey was the featured speaker at the Foundation Performance Association on the topic of “The Current Status of Certificate of Merit Law in Texas.”

  • Leonard J. Meyer (1st chair) and Colin L. Guy (2nd chair) tried a will contest involving an estate valued at more than $30 million and obtained a jury verdict in favor of the contestants on all issues. Neil M. Rosenstein and Nicholas J. Reisch provided substantial pre-trial and post-verdict assistance in obtaining a favorable outcome.

  • Albert H. Hiller closed the sale of an apartment project for a client for $24.5 million after representing the client in the land acquisition and development of the project.

  • Albert H. Hiller successfully closed three loans totaling $8.45 million made by a client for the development of GSA-administered offices in Arizona, California and Utah.