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Hall Maines Lugrin Leads ESG Panel Discussion at Energy Insurance London

­HOUSTON – Earlier this month, Hall Maines Lugrin president George H. Lugrin IV served as moderator of an environmental, social and governance panel during Energy Insurance London. Recognizing the ambiguity many public and private companies face as they navigate around ESG issues, Mr. Lugrin led the discussion about insurance risks in the energy sector as

Hall Maines Lugrin Named Headline Sponsor at Energy Insurance London

Firm Director and President George H. Lugrin also moderating ESG panel   Top energy insurance litigation firm Hall Maines Lugrin will serve as the headline sponsor for the upcoming Energy Insurance London event on Friday, October 8.   The annual conference brings together senior energy insurance executives from across the globe to discuss the latest trends

Sam Dolan Weighs in on Insuring Risk and Renewables

by: Sam Dolan It is an all-out sprint on who will be the first to achieve carbon net zero in the energy industry. Companies are jockeying with their bets on the appropriate renewable source and delivery systems. Most of this technology is not new, but what we are seeing is large-scale commitments to hydrogen production capabilities worldwide.   And

Seven Hall Maines Lugrin Attorneys Named to Texas Super Lawyers

Shareholder Bill Maines recognized among the state’s Top 100 for business litigation HOUSTON – Seven Houston attorneys from the litigation law firm Hall Maines Lugrin have earned placement on the 2021 Texas Super Lawyers list. Name shareholder Bill Maines received additional honors with his selection to the list of Top 100 lawyers in Houston. “This

Closing the 38.001 Loophole: Texas Legislature Broadens Recovery of Attorney’s Fees

by Mitchell Austin Texas law follows the “American Rule” regarding the recovery of attorneys’ fees in litigation. Under this rule, prevailing litigants may recover attorneys’ fees only if specifically provided for by statute or pursuant to a contract.1 In all other situations, the parties must pay their own fees and expenses regardless of the lawsuit’s

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