Associate attorney Robert Winn Cutler joins NPR’s Dallas, Texas office with a primary focus on patent litigation. Winn obtained his bachelors of arts in government from the University of Texas and his juris doctor from Baylor Law School where he was an Articles Editor for the Baylor Law Review and member of the Lone Star
The deadline for members of the Visa/Mastercard settlement class to opt out of the settlement is November 27, 2012. Nix Patterson & Roach, along with co-counsel, represent a broad consortium of almost one hundred large retailers and merchants who have chosen to not participate in the class settlement and pursue their damages through individual litigation.
A $280 million CompSource v Bank of New York securities lending litigation settlement, led by Nix Patterson & Roach as class counsel, received final approval by Judge Kim West, of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma on Thursday, October 25, 2012. From the transcript of the Final Fairness Hearing, Judge
On July 6, 2012, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma preliminarily approved a $280,000,000 cash settlement in Compsource Oklahoma, et al. v. BNY Mellon, N.A., et al., Case No: Civ 08-469-KEW. As part of its Order, the Court preliminarily certified a Class consisting of: All clients of BNY Mellon’s securities
The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York entered a Final Order and Judgment approving the settlement of Board of Trustees of the AFTRA Retirement Fund v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Litigation.
NPR filed suit in the Southern District of New York on behalf of AFTRA and other participants in JPMorgan’s securities lending program alleging that JPMorgan violated its fiduciary duties (under both common law and ERISA) to AFTRA and the class in connection with certain investments in Sigma, an opaque offshore fund. Judge Shira Scheindlin certified
NPR filed suit in the District Court of Kay County, Oklahoma on behalf of a putative class alleging property damage arising out of defendants’ historic operation of a zinc smelter and subsequent refusal to properly remediate the community of Blackwell, Oklahoma of heavy metal contamination. After filing the case in April 2008, defendants immediately removed
Trey Duck, a recent graduate of Baylor Law School, has joined the firm as an associate. Trey was an active participant in both the Baylor mock trial and moot court competition teams that brought back state and national honors to Baylor. Trey will focus his practice on commercial litigation and NPR welcomes him to the