Deans & lyons 2014 super lawyers announcement

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Texas Firms Nowak & Stauch, LLP and Deans & Lyons, LLP Bring Some Relief to Victims of Halek Energy Oil & Gas Scam

June 18, 2014 Dallas, Texas. Nowak & Stauch, LLP and Deans & Lyons, LLP are continuing the fight that began in 2008 to recover for victims of the Halek Energy oil and gas scheme that defrauded hundreds of investors out of tens of millions of dollars.

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Deans & Lyons Represents Patient in Suit Against Baylor Health Care System and Christopher Duntsch

DALLAS—Deans & Lyons, LLP, a Texas-based litigation boutique, has filed suit against several defendants, including Baylor Health Care System and Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Barry Morguloff, alleges Mr. Morguloff has sustained permanent, severe personal injuries as a result of “what can only be described as one of the most prolific mass torts involving medical malpractice in Texas history.”

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Deans & Lyons Lawyers Obtain a TRO against HashFast Technologies, "Freezing" its Bitcoin Wallets

FORT WORTH, Texas, March 28, 2014 - A Tarrant County district judge entered a temporary restraining order against HashFast Technologies, LLC and HashFast, LLC, enjoining certain activities related to its Bitcoin wallets.

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Five Deans & Lyons Lawyers Selected by Super Lawyers as 2014 Texas Rising Stars

DALLAS—Deans & Lyons, a Texas-based litigation boutique firm, is proud to announce that five of its lawyers have been selected by Super Lawyers as 2014 Texas Rising Stars, an annual list of top young lawyers in the state.

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Deans & Lyons Attorney Robert Bogdanowicz Talks Bitcoin Law

DALLAS—Dallas attorney Robert Bogdanowicz of Deans & Lyons recently discussed the emergence of cryptocurrency laws and regulatory issues with Bitcoin Sandwich, a popular Bitcoin podcast.

You can listen to Mr. Bogdanowicz’s interview with Bitcoin Sandwich click here or copy this link into your browser http://www.btcsandwich.com/

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Anatomy of a Tragedy

Dr. Christopher Duntsch's patients ended up maimed and dead, but the real tragedy is that the Texas Medical Board couldn't stop him.

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