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Person, Mohrer, Morales, Boddy, Garcia & Gutierrez, PLLC (PMBG) specializes in practice areas such as oil & gas, civil & criminal litigation, real estate, estate planning, and customs & trucking law. At PMBG, our collective expertise allows us to provide proactive legal counsel to many other practice areas in various industries.

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Texas Supreme Court Affirms Win for PMBG Client

On June 11, 2020, the Texas Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of PMBG’s client, respondent Margaret Strickhausen. Justice Blacklock authored the majority opinion, joined by Justices Guzman, Lehrmann, Devine, and Busby. Justice Boyd filed a dissenting opinion, joined by

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PMBG Law Prevails in TCPA Dispute

On January 8, 2021, The Texas Supreme Court denied a petition for review submitted by mineral lessees, an operator, and a seismic company that sought to dismiss litigation filed against them by injured mineral owners. In Segundo Navarro Drilling, Ltd.,

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PMBG Argues in the Texas Supreme Court

On October 28, 2020, PMBG partner Baldemar Garcia Jr. presented oral argument before the Texas Supreme Court. The case is BPX Operating Co., et al. v. Margaret Ann Strickhausen, and the issue is whether the acceptance of royalty checks from

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