Richard J. Kasson and N. Taylor Williams secured a defense verdict on behalf of our clients, an interventional cardiologist and his practice group, in a complicated medical malpractice case in which Plaintiffs alleged that the death of their father was the result of a misplaced stent during a cardiac catherization procedure and failure to timely and appropriately address complications caused by the alleged misplaced stent. They asked the jury to award more than $3.4 million in damages against our clients. The seven-day trial involved expert testimony from leading interventional cardiology
Jefferson Bank’s Board of Directors has appointed Henry B. Gonzalez III as a director, effective immediately. Gonzalez is a founding partner of Gonzalez Chiscano Angulo & Kasson, PC. His law practice focuses on representing individuals and business entities in civil litigation pending in state and federal courts, in addition to matters in arbitration. Gonzalez has represented individuals in tort and business litigation, including claims involving professional negligence, construction defects and disputes involving intellectual property rights.
Henry currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Wade Richmond Foundation and Choose
Taylor Williams has been invited to join the President’s Advisory Council at Schreiner University. Schreiner University is a private university located in Kerrville, Texas.
Taylor Williams has been elected a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation in recognition of his outstanding professional service and notable contributions to the system of justice and the people of Texas. The Texas Bar Foundation is made up of the top 1/3 of 1% of Texas attorneys and is based on outstanding contributions to the legal profession and commitment to the community.
Gonzalez, Chiscano, Angulo & Kasson, PC proudly announces N. Taylor Williams has been named a Partner of the firm. Mr. Williams will continue to practice in the areas of estate and fiduciary litigation, construction litigation, property litigation, tort litigation, general commercial litigation and estate planning.
Press Release San Antonio, TX-March 18, 2014
Supreme Court Bar Admits Alumni
Dean Cantú sponsored a group of nine St. Mary’s School of Law alumni and friends to be admitted before the Supreme Court of the United States on May 2. This is the second time since 2009 Cantú has taken a group to Washington, D.C., for this purpose.
Pictured with Cantú are, back row, Jonathan L. Hardt ( J.D. ’06), Thomas Semmes ( J.D. ’83), St. Mary’s Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law André Hampton and Justice Gregory T. Perkes ( J.D. ’87),
With quote by Richard Kasson: ”In these tough times, some companies are aggressively pursuing litigation for a variety of perceived damages,” says Richard J. Kasson, co-founder, vice president and treasurer of the firm Gonzalez, Chiscano, Angulo & Kasson, PC “Recently, PS&Co.’s business valuation team was instrumental in determining the pre-existing fiscal strengths and weaknesses of a plaintiff’s claim against our client. Through their insight, we were able to assert critical defenses and put our client in the best position possible as we prepare for trial.”