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McCathern Law Firm Expands Its National Service

DALLAS, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- McCathern is proud to announce the opening of its Los Angeles, California office commensurate with its merge with Los Angeles-based law firm, Braden, Hinchcliffe & Hawley LLP. While McCathern's expertise is national in reach, the firm understands the importance of a local presence. The addition of Braden, Hinchcliffe & Hawley's established reputation to McCathern's Los Angeles office will strengthen the firm's influence in California and its relationship with its clients across the nation.

McCathern is a Dallas, Texas based law firm with a national practice. With offices in Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, and through an association with contract attorneys and attorneys "Of Counsel" in all fifty states, McCathern handles complex litigation and transactional matters throughout the country. Since 1998, McCathern has provided superior legal service to clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and high-profile organizations, to small companies ...

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McCathern is a Dallas, Texas based law firm with a practice that is national in scope.  From our offices in Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, and through an association with contract attorneys and attorneys "Of Counsel" to the firm in all fifty states, the firm handles complex litigation and transactional matters throughout the country.  

Formed in 1998, McCathern has developed a reputation of excellence in providing high-quality legal services to our clients across the nation.  Each of the firm's leaders brings large-firm experience and business acumen to a smaller-firm environment of agility and efficiency. McCathern's philosophy of "improving people's lives" is implemented daily by treating clients as business partners, working together to find the solution to a dispute, or close a transaction in a diligent and cost-effective manner.  

McCathern has a broad range of practice group specializations, including construction defect, employment, commercial litigation, non-subscription litigation, banking litigation, insurance and large loss subrogation litigation, oil and gas, bankruptcy, family law, and real property and business transactions.  We are the largest provider of litigation defense services to non-subscribers in the State of Texas.  Our track record has attracted an impressive clientele list ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and high-profile organizations, to small companies and high net worth individuals.  With Board Certified® Trial attorneys, our clients are represented by some of the best in the country.

For more information on McCathern visit or contact our principal office located in Dallas, Texas at 214.741.2662 or [email protected].  

3710 Rawlins Street, Suite 1600
Dallas, TX 75219
Tel: (214) 741-2662
Fax: (214) 741-4717

4544 Post Oak Place Drive, Suite 350
Houston, TX 77027
Tel: (832) 533-8689
Fax: (832) 213-4842

San Antonio
300 Convent Street, Suite 910
San Antonio, TX 78205
Tel: (210) 853-2681
Fax: (210) 200-8387

Los Angeles
523 West Sixth Street, Suite 830  
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Tel: (213) 225-6150
Fax: (213) 225-6151

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