On November 24, 2015
The United States Court of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit affirmed the trial court judgment received by Daena Ramsey for Highport Marina & Resort and Federal Insurance Company. The Court of Appeals found no error in the trial court's judgment and affirmed the judgment in all respects.
On Wednesday April 15, 2015
John Vaughan and Daena Ramsey received a defense verdict from the jury in favor of HydroHoist Marine Group, Inc. in Granbury, Texas. The plaintiff had alleged negligence in repairing a boat lift causing the boat and its engines to sink into the water.
On April 3, 2015
Daena Ramsey, Nathan Barbera and Andrew Gardner received a directed verdict for Malin International Ship Repair and Drydock in a wrongful death case in Galveston, Texas. A subcontractor's employee fell through the skylight on the roof of its building while attempting roof repairs.
On November 2014
Daena Ramsey and Jackson Mabry secured a trial verdict in favor of Highport Marina & Resort and Federal Insurance Company in a Limitations of Liability action, under which Travelers Insurance and its insureds sought to avoid liability for a boat fire at the Marina. The Marina and Federal Insurance Company were awarded recovery of their losses, the Marina was cleared of liability and the boat owners were found responsible for the fire.
On June 13, 2014
Daena Ramsey spoke at the Medmarc Panel Counsel conference in Vail, Colorado on the ethical dilemmas faced with multiple client representations.
On March 25, 2014
Daena Ramsey and John Vaughan obtained Final Summary Judgment in favor of American National Bank of Texas and ANB Special Assets, under which these entities were awarded declaratory judgment in their favor on Benchmark Bank's breach of contract claims and a damages award of nearly $2,000,000.