Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White,
Williams & Aughtry
A Partnership of Professional Corporations
Size of Organization: 100
Year Established: 1965Web Site: http://www.chamberlainlaw.com
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Our Firm's practice began in Houston, Texas, in 1965 and expanded to Atlanta, Georgia in 1986, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2007, and San Antonio in 2011. The cornerstone philosophy of our Firm, established over 45 years ago, remains unchanged: Take care of the client, provide the most competent work on every legal problem presented, and complete the work as promptly and cost-effectively as possible.
Our attorneys, backed by a highly motivated legal staff, pride themselves on their commitment to provide innovative, effective business and legal solutions for large and mid-market public and private companies, as well as individuals and family-owned businesses. Over the years, our resolve to provide the highest quality of legal work, along with genuine caring for our clients' needs has culminated in numerous long-term business relationships.
Our membership in Meritas expands our national and global capabilities by allowing access to over 5,000 specially selected attorneys around the world.
For more details about Chamberlain, Hrdlicka and how we can assist you, we invite you to visit our website at -- www.chamberlainlaw.com.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White,
Williams & Aughtry:
Civil Rights (32 cases in past two years)
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Williams & Aughtry on Martindale.com
The Sky is Really Falling
James M. Kane, July 24, 2014
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The Groundhog Day Movie [Justice vs. Mercy]
James M. Kane, April 24, 2014
Sometimes an unplanned array of events will plant a seed of thought that produces an email topic I hope has broad appeal to readers. Three items recently drew my attention to the idea of justice vs. mercy. Not from a religious perspective; but rather from my view as a lawyer.