The 18-wheeler that slammed into a bus in Oklahoma, killing four softball players from North Central Texas College in Gainesville, showed no signs of braking or swerving out of the way before the crash, federal investigators said Sunday. The semi’s driver, Russell Staley, 53, of Saginaw, told investigators that he was distracted by something in […]
PayneMitchell steps up as Platinum Sponsor for DVAP.
Texas Trial Lawyers Association asked Jim Mitchell to co-chair, for the fourth time in a row, its annual Las Vegas seminar in February 2012. Jim had chaired this seminar the previous three years.
In June 2011, the State Bar of Texas appointed Jim Mitchell to serve on the State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charge Committee. The committee decides what questions a trial court should submit to a jury in cases all across the state
Andy has been elected to the State Bar of Texas Board of Directors. Andy will serve as one of two directors from the Dallas Area. He looks forward to working with other leaders in the Bar to improve legal services and improve access to the courts for all Texas citizens.
The Texas Trial Lawyers Association asked Jim Mitchell to chair, for the second time in a row, its annual Las Vegas Seminar in 2010. Jim had previously chaired the First Annual Las Vegas Seminar in 2009 and has been asked to chair the seminar again in 2011. The seminar program was put together by […]
Jim served as a moderator of a panel on behalf of the Advanced Insurance Law Seminar for the State Bar of Texas. The panel consisted of the U.S. Fifth Circuit District Judge Catharina Haynes and former Texas Supreme Court Justice Scott A.Brister. The seminar was attended by over 400 practitioners in insurance law and resulted […]
Jim Mitchell and Andy Payne have been consistently selected as Texas Super Lawyers by Texas Monthly. Andy Payne and Jim Mitchell have both been recognized by Texas Monthly as a Super Lawyer every year since the inception of the award in 2003.
The Texas Trial Lawyers Association sponsored a car wreck seminar in Dallas, Texas. Andy Payne and Jim Mitchell of PayneMitchell Law Group served as sponsors and moderators of the Car Wreck Seminar which drew over 130 participants.