Craig Lauchner

Associate, Litigation Group

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Craig joined BoyarMiller’s Business Group in September 2016 after participating in the firm’s Summer Associate program in 2015. His practice consists of representing clients in a wide range of business, commercial, and employment disputes.

Specialties

  • Business litigation
  • Commercial litigation

Quick Facts

  • Graduate of The University of Texas School of Law
  • Graduate of Texas Tech University (magna cum laude)

Craig joined BoyarMiller’s Business Group in September 2016 after participating in the firm’s Summer Associate program in 2015. His practice consists of representing clients in a wide range of business, commercial, and employment disputes.

Craig is a graduate of Texas Tech University and the University of Texas School of Law. While in law school, Craig proudly served as Managing Editor of Business for the Texas International Law Journal and he represented clients in federal immigration court through the law school’s Immigration Clinic. Prior to attending law school, Craig worked in La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina from 2011–2013; he is highly proficient in Spanish.

Education

  • JD, The University of Texas School of Law
  • BA, Texas Tech University (magna cum laude)

Business Litigation

  • Representing the owner of two retail stores in a dispute with an international textile distributor. The textile distributor has claimed a partnership interest in the retail stores and has sued for damages for alleged breach of contract and various business-related torts.
  • Representing a manufacturer of separation products installed in process units against claims made by a multi-national chemical manufacturing corporation seeking damages exceeding $10 million relating to alleged defects in design of the products and failures of the products installed.

Employment Litigation

  • Representing a national manufacturer-marketer of engineered pipe fittings in a wrongful termination dispute initiated by a former employee. The former employee has alleged wrongful termination on the basis of a perceived disability as well as the wrongful denial of medical leave under the FMLA.
  • Represented medical services professional in wrongful termination matter involving unique issues of disability, perceived disability, and failure to accommodate under the ADA and ADAAA.

Real Estate Litigation

  • Representing a Texas-based home builder in AAA arbitration against construction defect claims made by a home buyer.
  • Representing a regional shopping mall developer in a Landlord/Tenant dispute.