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Banking, Business Law and Transactions, Catastrophic and Industrial Injury Defense, Commercial Real Estate, Creditors Rights and Collections, DTSA and Trade Secrets, Eminent Domain, Employment, Employee Benefits, Estates and Trusts, Environmental and Energy Law, Health Care Law, Insurance Coverage, Bad Faith, Insurance Defense and Construction Litigation, Intellectual Property, Oil and Gas, Probates Estates and Trust Litigation, Products and Medical Liability Defense.

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News & Updates

  • Litigation Attorney Henry Sneath Leads Presentation on the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) Henry M. Sneath, Chair of Houston Harbaugh’s Intellectual Property Practice and Co-Chair of the firm’s Litigation Practice, was lead presenter of “Shhhh”…How to Keep Secrets Secret – The Litigation and Defense of a Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) Case” to the Q. Todd Dickinson Intellectual Property American Inn of Court. […] More
  • Claim Based on Covenant to Market Gas to Move Forward in Texas Class Action
    A recent decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals suggests that drillers have an implied duty and obligation to obtain the highest and best price when selling gas. […]
  • Scandal in West Virginia Supreme Court Brings Confusion
    On August 14, 2018, the WV House of Delegates voted to impeach every current member of the state supreme court – throwing litigation at every level into uncertainty.
  • Houston Harbaugh Named to 2019 Best Law Firms List in Multiple Categories by U.S. News & World Report – Best Lawyers®
    Houston Harbaugh, P.C. has been named to the 2019 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in both national and metropolitan categories. […]
  • West Virginia Jury Finds That EQT Improperly Calculated Landowners’ Royalty on Shale Gas
    A Federal jury in the Northern District of WV found that EQT Production Company breached the parties’ oil/gas lease by utilizing the “work back” method to calculate the landowner’s royalty. This case serves as a reminder that the actual language in the lease must be followed and given effect. […]
  • Houston Harbaugh Welcomes Christopher M. Jacobs to its Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Practice Jacobs has served as counsel for major national insurers in actions involving construction defect claims, latent and progressive injury claims, long-tail environment exposure claims, disputed uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, first-party property losses, and excess verdicts. […] More
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