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Weisbart Springer Hayes Named One of Austin’s Top Litigation Firms

AUSTIN –The Austin-based law firm of Weisbart Springer Hayes has been honored in the national “Best Law Firms” rankings for 2015. The firm is regionally ranked as a Tier One firm in the practice area of Commercial Litigation and for the first time has achieved a Tier One designation in Labor & Employment Litigation. The… Read more »

Two Firm Attorneys Recognized Among The Best Lawyers In America

AUSTIN– Two attorneys from the Austin law firm Weisbart Springer Hayes have earned recognition in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the preeminent listing of the nation’s top attorneys. The firm’s Sherrard “Butch” Hayes and Geoffrey D. Weisbart have been honored this year for their effective representation of clients in a wide range… Read more »

Weisbart Springer Hayes Hosts Well-Known Cross-Examination Coach Robert Musante

In a continuing effort to be one of the most talented and qualified law firms in Texas, Weisbart Springer Hayes recently hosted famed deposition and cross-examination coach Robert Musante for a daylong seminar and teaching session on trial preparation techniques. Mr. Musante geared the in-house training toward sharpening the critical skills in taking successful depositions… Read more »

Firm Obtains $2.9 Million Trial Victory in Fort Worth Antitrust Trial

Firm partner Geoff Weisbart obtained a $2.9 million trial victory on behalf of the Texas Collegiate Baseball League after a one-week jury trial in Fort Worth, Texas. Jurors found that Fred “Britt” Britton of Colleyville participated in a 2007 group boycott of the TCBL with several other team owners, which violated antitrust laws. The TCBL reached… Read more »

Firm Wins EEOC Case in Florida Federal Court

The trial team of Julie Springer and Geoff Weisbart won a significant verdict in a Florida federal court in February, as a jury found no law was broken when a company rejected a job applicant for a customer service and telemarketing position in part because of his accent, which interfered with his ability to effectively… Read more »