A FOX4 investigation raised questions about one veteran who had obtained a VA loan to purchase a home as a primary residence but who was instead using it to generate revenue as a short-term rental.
Dan Baucum, lauded tax law practitioner, immediate past chair of the State Bar of Texas Tax Section, and FBFK law firm’s Tax Planning & Controversies Chair, has been named to the 2023 edition of the Dallas 500, a list honoring the most powerful and influential business leaders in N. Texas.
Dallas-based FBFK law firm has been named to the 2023 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list, which recognizes the most elite firms across the nation for their professional excellence and consistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. The list is compiled annually by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, Dallas-area members of the Association for Corporate Growth-DFW filled Arlington Hall on Turtle Creek for the October Dallas Dealmaker Series program featuring a blockchain panel discussion.
Stephen Toland examines and explains data best practices in light of the recent criminal verdict against former Chief Security Officer for Uber who attempted to cover up their 2016 data breach.
Employers: New EEOC “Breakroom” EEOC Posters Unveiled, Warrant Posting. FBFK’s employment law practice chair, Mark Zeidman, highlights the changes.
Dozens of State and Federal Court Judges, 100+ Attorneys Attend Dallas Association of Young Lawyer’s Dinner, Panel Discussion on Ethical Jury Selection
More than 100 Dallas-area attorneys and two dozen judges from State and Federal Courts in Dallas County gathered this past Tuesday, Oct. 18 for the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ (DAYL) 2022 Dinner with the Judiciary.
FBFK is pleased to announce the selection of Intellectual Property Attorney Kelly Kubasta and Bankruptcy & Restructuring Attorney Rachael Smiley to Lawdragon‘s inaugural list of the 500 leading litigators in America.
Kelly Kubasta weighs in on the ‘hottest patent rocket docket in the U.S.'” in the wake of a new patent infringement order. What will the fallout be?