Mike Doyle is pleased to announce Patrick Dennis has become a partner in the firm. Patrick has been with the firm since 2007.
Patrick obtained a B.S. in Political Science at The University of Houston, where he graduated summa cum laude. At The University of Houston, Patrick was active in the Spirit of Houston Marching Band and supporting Cougar Athletics.
Patrick received his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law, where he graduated with Honors. Patrick practiced litigation at Vinson & Elkins in Houston for three years before joining. Patrick was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2004 and the Arizona Bar in 2012.
Patrick’s trial experience includes successfully serving as first chair trial attorney in personal injury matters, including maritime and other catastrophic injury cases. Patrick was also part of the firm’s trial team that achieved an $85 million verdict against defense contractor KBR, Inc., and currently manages the firm’s pharmaceutical and maritime practice.
Mike Doyle is excited about this opportunity and welcome Patrick to the firm’s partnership.
Local 2 (KPRC-TV) interviewed attorney Mike Doyle of Doyle LLP about the oil spill that occurred on Monday, March 24, 2014. in the Port of Houston.
According to the report, the accident happened when the Miss Susan, a tow vessel, collided with a barge that was carrying 924,000 gallons of fuel oil. The Miss Susan was moving from Texas City to the Bolivar peninsula when the collision occurred. The US Coast Guard believes that at least 160,000 gallons of the fuel oil spilled into the Houston Ship Channel. The six crewmembers aboard the Miss Susan have been accounted for, though two were sent to the hospital for hydrogen sulfide exposure.
Big changes are coming to Doyle, as we prepare to move into a new office building. We’re saying goodbye to the Central Business District downtown and moving to a new location in June in Montrose.
The address will be 2402 Dunlavy St., a 10,000 square foot office building in the Montrose area that was built in 2009. We will own and occupy the entire building.
Doyle LLP has filed a Jones Act and general maritime lawsuit in Harris County against Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal (“Nippon Steel”) on behalf of an injured seaman. The seaman, a Field Project Manager and Supervisor, was engaged in sandblasting a Nippon-operated pipe lay barge when he suffered debilitating injuries to his neck and arms