Taylor Anderson practices in the firm’s litigation section with a focus on real estate and title insurance.
Mr. Anderson graduated from Texas Tech University in 2008 and received his law degree from Texas Wesleyan University in 2011.
Mr. Anderson formerly served as Place 7 School Board Trustee in the Birdville Independent School District. He enjoys coaching his son’s baseball team at Colleyville Baseball Association, and volunteering in Birdville ISD and various other organizations. Taylor enjoys spending his time with his wife, Nicole, a fifth grade teacher in Birdville ISD, and his two kids, Luke and Emma.
Justice Boatright is a partner in Cantey Hanger’s Dallas and Austin offices. He has held senior legal positions in state government in both Dallas and Austin.
He is a former justice of the Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals, the appellate court that reviews trial court decisions in Collin, Dallas, Grayson, Hunt, and Rockwall Counties. Previously, he was director of the general counsel section of the Texas Railroad Commission, the agency that regulates the Texas oil and gas industry. He was also director of the Texas Attorney General’s opinions division, which issues official written legal opinions to government officials on the meaning of state laws and regulations.
Justice Boatright is an authority on the Texas constitution and legal history. He has issued hundreds of written rulings on Texas law and has published scholarly articles on the origin of Texas civil procedure, the judges of Spanish and Mexican Texas, and the history of the words “justice” and “judge.”
His practice focuses on appellate and regulatory matters.
J. Machir Stull is a commercial restructuring business law, and business litigation attorney, particularly in the energy and real estate sectors. In addition to his experience in commercial or restructuring-related claims, disputes and adversary proceedings, Machir has also represented debtors, various creditor constituencies, committees, directors and postconfirmation trustees. Machir previously worked as an associate at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, both on the transactional and litigation sides of corporate restructuring.
Machir formerly worked with both the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the George W. Bush Institute, the public policy wing of the George W. Bush Presidential Library. Machir’s role at the Bush Institute included policy analysis, research and program management. With a unique understanding of the intersection of government, law and public policy, Machir’s experience offers clients a unique blend of informed analysis, risk mitigation and good business judgment.
Lee has represented a number of lending institutions with numerous commercial financing projects, including documentation of secured loans, collection of unpaid sums through foreclosure and other legal processes, and recovery and preservation of secured collateral interests following customer bankruptcy filings. Lee has assisted real estate developers and investors in all aspects of real estate transactions. Following his graduation from law school, Lee completed a federal externship with the Chief Judge for the Western District of Arkansas, the Honorable Jimm Larry Hendren.
Al Kroemer’s practice is concentrated in complex business litigation. He joined Cantey Hanger in 2004.
Stephanie L. Millett is a litigation attorney who has practiced in courts across the United States. Her practice includes representation of both defendants and plaintiffs in product liability, aviation and general negligence cases.
Mr. Parrish, the partner-in-charge of the Dallas office, has extensive trial, litigation and arbitration experience representing a wide variety of clients, both foreign and domestic, in diverse areas of the law.
James T. Phillips has represented clients in complex litigation involving commercial matters, construction defects, products liability, insurance and tort claims since 1995. He joined Cantey Hanger in 2004.
Mr. Polzer is a Partner at Cantey Hanger who maintains an office in Dallas and Fort Worth. He represents clients nationwide and has litigated cases in more than 20 states.
Randy Price was one of the original four attorneys who formed the Dallas Office of Cantey Hanger in 1990. He continues an established practice in real estate litigation and commercial litigation.
Mr. Smith’s area of Litigation practice encompasses all areas of insurance defense including aviation, products liability, professional malpractice, general liability and casualty. He has a widely diversified experience in air carrier litigation, aviation product manufacturer litigation, aerial applicator/toxic tort litigation, and fixed base operator and aircraft owner/operator litigation.
Ms. Frase is a full time Assistant Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law, teaching dispute resolution, negotiation and client interviewing/counseling. Over her career, she has handled many types of insurance defense matters, from defending individual cases to managing large dockets of complex matters for Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized clients and “Mom & Pop” shops. She has specialized in general casualty lines of litigation, including products liability, auto and trucking, premises liability, mass tort, and general insurance defense. Ms. Frase serves and has served as National Coordinating Counsel/Regional Counsel for multiple clients in mass tort claims as well as Negotiation/Settlement Counsel, having resolved thousands of matters generating significant cost savings for clients. She has crafted and taught numerous seminars on litigation and negotiating strategies, questioning techniques, and engineering characteristics of various clients’ product lines, training 100s of attorneys. Ms. Frase is an accomplished author on topics involving decision making biases, among other subjects, and a regular speaker on a variety of subjects involving negotiation. Finally, Ms. Frase is a trained Mediator.
Bryan S. David represents aircraft owners and operators, charter companies, major aircraft manufactures, repair stations, flight schools, and training centers in a variety of commercial and tort actions
Philip represents businesses, public entities, and business owners in commercial disputes and complex litigation and arbitrations. He handles matters for clients in several areas, including oil and gas disputes, copyright and trademark infringement, trade-secrets, environmental litigation, contract disputes, business torts, disputes among shareholders and partners in privately-held entities, insurance coverage, employment disputes, civil rights and First Amendment litigation, and qui tam and False Claims Act cases. He also represents creditors or other interested parties in bankruptcy and adversary proceedings. Philip actively promotes pro bono programs both within the firm and in the Fort Worth legal community. Before joining Cantey Hanger, Philip served as law clerk to the Honorable Michael H. Schneider, U.S. District Judge (retired) for the Eastern District of Texas.
David Denny has represented clients in complex litigation cases involving multi-district-products liability claims, e-commerce copyright claims, and general negligence claims.
Mr. Colpoys has over thirty-eight (38) years experience as a civil trial lawyer with a primary emphasis in professional, transportation, aviation and general liability defense.