CTST attorney, Vanessa Rosa-Kubik was recently extended an associate membership into the prestigious Patrick E. Higginbotham Inn of Court. Ms. Rosa is a trial lawyer who focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation matters.
Upon a Motion prepared by CTST trial attorneys Aaron Tobin and Jared Pace, a federal magistrate judge in North Carolina recently wrote an opinion recommending to the District Court that all claims brought against CTST’s clients be dismissed. Facing imminent dismissal of the lawsuit based on the magistrate judge’s recommendation, the Plaintiffs voluntarily...
CTST congratulates partners Aaron Tobin and Mark Knowles for recently being named to Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Tobin was recognized for commercial litigation and Mr. Knowles for corporate finance.
CTST’s head of litigation, Aaron Tobin, recently spoke to the Dallas Bar Association about innovative techniques to use in the modern day civil jury trial. The panel presentation, which was sold out, included three federal and state court state court judges, a tort practitioner and Mr. Tobin.
The CTST trial team of Aaron Tobin, Jared Pace and Vanessa Rosa-Kubik recently obtained a dismissal of all counterclaims asserted by a group of Defendants in a large financial services case pending in federal court in the Southern District of New York.
Aaron Tobin, who is the head of litigation for Condon Tobin Sladek Thornton PLLC, was recently named one of the Top 100 lawyers in Texas by Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers publication. Aaron represents sophisticated business clients all over the country in complex commercial and employment litigation matters.
Michele Spillman recently joined CTST’s litigation and employment law sections. Michele, a 2004 Baylor Law graduate who was trained at a large Dallas law firm, focuses her practice on business and employment disputes. Michele also counsels clients on best employment law practices.
CTST recently represented a food company in connection with a $10 million secured revolving credit facility governed by a borrowing base and a $14 million multiple draw term loan secured by equipment.
CTST recently represented a major financial institution in connection with secured construction, revolving credit and term loans to a group of affiliated manufacturing companies in the aggregate amount of $27 million.
CTST represented an oil and gas company in connection with a recent closing of syndicated, secured term loans in the aggregate amount of $42 million provided by a group of domestic and offshore funds to finance the acquisition of oil and gas properties in Appalachia.