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Richard SpencerAttorney / Shareholder
Board Certified in Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law
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Plano, TX 75093
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Houston, TX 77027
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Santa Clara, CA 95054
News & Events
FBFK is proud to announce that intellectual property shareholders Kelly Kubasta and John Cone have once again been named among 2021 D Magazine Best Lawyers in Dallas. The annual, peer-nominated list honors “exceptional lawyers offering unparalleled counsel” in 40 categories across Dallas.
Insights into Current Legislative Session: The 87th Texas Legislature Addresses COVID-19, Landlord-Tenant Laws, Probate, Guardianships…and Dr. Pepper
The 87th Texas Legislature has been in session since January 12, 2021. Legislators who were sworn in during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic are introducing bills that cover a wide range of actions, from addressing the governor’s emergency powers during a pandemic (H.B. 3) and allowing commissioner courts to use electronic devices instead of court reporters to record court proceedings (H.B. 228), to creating a business court and a court of business appeals to hear certain business cases (H.B. 1875).
What are the Rights and Obligations of Tenants and Landlords in Bankruptcy? by Rachael Smiley, Attorney/ShareholderTenant bankruptcy is always a risk for landlords – and that will never change. In light of the recent wave of retail closures and bankruptcies, however,...
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused people to consider their estate planning in greater numbers. It’s no surprise, consumers are creating their wills, powers of attorney, and medical directives through a few popular legal websites because they are convenient and seem less expensive.