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January 14
2019

Houstonia Magazine has recognized nine Brown Sims shareholders as top lawyers in Houston

Kenneth G. Engerrand, Michael D. Williams, Monica F. Markovich, Robert M. Browning, Allen D. Hemphill, H. Miles Klaff, Lauren E. Wilson, Casey A. Armstrong and Michael A. Varner were recognized in the December 2018 issue of Houstonia Magazine and online … Read full post…

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November 16
2018

Shareholder Tarush Anand Wins Anti-SLAPP Dismissal Motion for Firm Client

Brown Sims congratulates our Houston Shareholder, Tarush R. Anand, for winning an Anti-SLAPP dismissal motion on behalf of the firm’s client. The firm represented a religious institution and one of its elected officials. The official reported to police and others … Read full post…

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October 15
2018

Brown Sims Expanding to New York

Brown Sims is excited to announce their expansion into New York. With five locations spanning the Gulf Coast, Brown Sims’ growth into the East Coast is a natural progression for the Firm’s current practice areas. Brown Sims is proud to … Read full post…

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September 7
2018

Brown Sims Attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers

Brown Sims is pleased to announce the selection of eight Attorneys as 2018 Texas Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and … Read full post…

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August 24
2018

In a medical-malpractice case, shouldn’t the plaintiff’s medical expert critiquing the defendant’s work practice the same type of medicine?

By Tarush R. Anand – Shareholder, Houston, TX In a medical-malpractice case, shouldn’t the plaintiff’s medical expert critiquing the defendant’s work practice the same type of medicine? Not necessarily, says a Texas appellate court. Texas law requires a plaintiff bringing … Read full post…

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