Nix Patterson, LLP is pleased to announce that Trey Duck and Drew Pate have been elected partners. Drew started at the firm in 2011, and Trey joined in 2012. Throughout their careers, both have worked for the firm’s complex commercial litigation team, which handles class actions, oil and gas litigation, securities fraud, qui tam cases, and state
Norman, Oklahoma – Today, Judge Thad Balkman ruled in favor of the State of Oklahoma in the nation’s first opioid trial, requiring defendant Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Janssen to pay $572,102,028 into a fund that will be used to remedy the devastating public nuisance in Oklahoma. Nix Patterson, LLP represented Oklahoma throughout the
Nix Patterson is proud to announce that partner Cary Patterson was recently named the 2018 recipient of the C.E. Palmer Award. The Palmer Award is Texarkana’s most prestigious honor for public service and recognizes a lifetime of altruism. Congratulations, Cary!
Austin Tighe spoke at the Texas Trial Lawyers Annual Convention in San Antonio on class actions. His presentation focused on how class actions, despite what the Chamber of Commerce and Texans for Lawsuit Reform would have you belief, are alive and well. Four of the last five class action decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court
NPR is excited to announce that Ty Wilson has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Ty graduated from Baylor Law School in 2017 with high honors and served the Baylor Law Review as a Senior Executive Editor. Ty was also a member of Baylor’s moot court competition team. Ty’s practice will initially focus on
NPR is pleased to announce that Brad Beskin has joined the firm’s Austin office as an associate attorney. Brad graduated from the University of Texas School of Law with honors in 2017. At UT, Brad served as Mock Trial Director for the Board of Advocates, the student organization responsible for furthering advocacy at the school.
NPR is excited to announce that well known trial lawyer Austin Tighe has joined the firm in an of counsel role. Austin comes to NPR with more than 20 years of robust experience trying cases and managing complex litigation in many different contexts. NPR welcomes Austin to its team.
Nix Patterson & Roach, LLP is pleased to announce that Cody Hill has joined the Austin office of NPR as an associate attorney. Cody joins the long list of other Baylor lawyers at the firm, graduating from the Baylor Law School in 2015. While at Baylor, Cody was a member of the Baylor Law Review,
Nix Patterson & Roach is pleased to announce that Susan Whatley has been elected partner. Mrs. Whatley, a member of the firm since 2004, will continue working in the Securities Fraud and Corporate Governance Class actions practice of the firm as well as working on oil and gas class action cases. Managing Partner Cary Patterson
NPR partner Cary Patterson recently donated $1 million to the Texarkana College Foundation, which was the foundation’s largest gift to date. Patterson’s father, a local dentist, was instrumental in Texarkana College starting and growing its robust nursing program into what it is today—a program that has graudated almost 5,000 nurses since its inception. Texarkana College