Orgain Bell & Tucker, LLP donated an interactive exhibit for children to the Spindletop Gladys City Museum in Beaumont, Texas. The podium and gavel will be housed in the building that contains the law office, which is also sponsored by OBT. The law firm of OBT was founded in 1907 by Will E. Orgain, who […]
Michael Truncale helps win governmental approval for multi-million dollar barge fleeting operation: http://kogt.com/news/commissioners-rescind-resolution/
Orgain Bell & Tucker, LLP is pleased to announce that Cullen Kiker recently joined the firm. Cullen’s practice focuses on intellectual property issues, helping clients apply for patents, trademarks, copyrights and protect other valuable intellectual property such as trade secrets. Cullen became a licensed patent attorney in 2007 and received a Masters of Laws degree […]
Donean Surratt, partner, led a panel discussion comprised of 2 sitting Jefferson County District Judges on December 2, 2016, in Beaumont, Texas. This seminar coordinated by the National Business Institute is designed to guide civil litigation attorneys through the discovery and trial practice before the local courts. The judges on the panel consisted of Judge […]
Partner Ronda Butler Harkey spoke to the Hardin County Rotary Association on November 17, 2016 on the topic of Immigration Compliance and Audits.
Partner Michael J. Truncale speaks on January 10, 2017 at the Texas Waterways Operators Association luncheon in Houston, Texas discussing “The Training and Certification of Barge Operators.”
The Advocate recently published Partner Michael J. Truncale’s article on Texas Paid and Incurred law, “True or False: The Recovery of Medical Expenses is Limited to the Amount Paid and Incurred.”