Hartline Barger attorneys Brian Rawson, Stephanie Roark, and Roy McKay successfully petitioned on appeal for civil damage claims against the firm’s client, a publicly-traded hospitality company, to be moved to arbitration. Arguing to Texas’ Fifth Court of Appeals, Hartline Barger attorneys moved to compel arbitration citing a provision in a lease agreement the plaintiff signed stating that any dispute arising from “working at the [establishment]” would be decided by binding arbitration. Although a trial court originally denied the motion to compel arbitration, a three-judge panel on the Texas Court of Appeals court reversed the lower court’s decision.
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Hartline Barger LLP Partners Darrell Barger, Brian Rawson, and Stephanie Roark Obtain Complete Defense Jury Verdict in Dram Shop Trial
Hartline Barger partners Darrell Barger, Brian Rawson, and Stephanie Roark obtained a complete defense verdict on behalf of a publicly traded hospitality company in a Dram Shop and negligent undertaking trial before U.S. Magistrate Judge Andy Austin in the Western District of Texas, Austin Division. Mr. Barger is a partner in the firm’s Corpus Christi and Houston offices, and Mr. Rawson and Mrs. Roark are partners in the Dallas office.