This article is part of a series. When did you join the firm? 1985 Where is your office located? College Station. Tell us about your practice. I’m Mike Gentry, a partner at West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry. I’ve been practicing law in Brazos County since 1985 helping my clients achieve their goals in real estate, […]
This article is part of a series. When did you join the firm? 2018 Where is your office located? Fort Worth Tell us about your practice. I helped open the firm’s Fort Worth office in June of this year. As a member of West Webb’s litigation and appellate team, I have experience representing businesses and […]
This article is the first in a series that introduces our attorneys. Terrance Dill is Partner at West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry. When did you join the firm? Initially in April 2001 Where is your office located? College Station Tell us about your practice. I resolve disputes. This entails representing either parties who assert claims […]
Alfred Mackenzie, Senior Counsel at West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry, has been named a Texas Super Lawyer in 2020—an honor he has held since 2009. Mr. Mackenzie’s title of Super Lawyer is evidence of continued excellence in representing clients in civil appeals and complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts. Super Lawyers are […]
West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry is proud to announce the opening of our Temple office and the addition of Kayla Landeros as Senior Counsel. Ms. Landeros joins our full service law firm, bringing expertise in municipal law, real estate, economic development, transactional law, and corporate work. Contact Information 10 North Second Street Temple, TX 76501 […]
Covid-19 Legal Resource Page The Texas Supreme Court has issued multiple administrative orders to deal with COVID-19 related public health issues. Make sure to check the orders before you proceed with any matter in Texas Courts. Texas Supreme Court Administrative Orders (Updated February 9, 2021): Thirty-Second Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster Thirty-First […]
Brazos County has issued a shelter in place order applicable to all non-exempt business operations effective 9:00 pm on Tuesday, March 24. We have responded to the shelter in place order. We are an Essential Business under the terms of the order, but many of our employees are operating from their homes with full access […]
Many have asked how cancelled schools will impact schedules for possession and access. Brazos County Courts have issued the following order: NOTICE TO ALL CONSERVATORS March 16, 2020 We have received a lot questions regarding possession and access schedules in light of school closings due to the coronavirus situation. All possession schedules shall continue to […]
West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry, PC remains open and ready to provide legal services in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to ensure the safety of our staff and our clients, we are willing to meet via telephone, or video conferencing methods. We are also prepared to accommodate depositions and mediation through […]
Many attorneys will do anything they can to stay away from family law cases. However, from the to time, the client of even the most dedicated transactional attorney will get called as a third-party witness in a divorce. Depositions are not used in every family law case, but they can be effective tools, particularly when […]
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WWAG Attorney Baili Rhodes discussed issues surrounding Pregnancy in the Workplace with Texas Young Lawyers Association this week: “Whether you have had a baby, are thinking about having a baby, or simply work with someone who has had a baby, pregnancy in the workplace can be a hot topic. Just like employees, employers often do […]
The Supreme Court of the U.S. (#scotus) has been busy over the past several weeks. As you are likely aware, a number of the Opinions issued have made national headlines and started heated debates. If you are interested in what the Court “really said” in those opinions, you can read the text of them on […]
The Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) is a federal statute that provides certain employees of qualified employers with leave related to a personal or family medical issue. Additionally, the FMLA prohibits an employer from retaliating against an employee for taking FMLA leave. Navigating the FMLA can be difficult; accordingly, we want to take this opportunity […]
Office of Civil Rights Q&A As faculty members, it is important to also understand some of the protections available to university students. The Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Education whose mission is “to ensure equal access and to promote education excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement […]
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