Botkin Chiarello Calaf is pleased to welcome Joshua Kelly as an associate in our commercial litigation team. He will support our litigation team in resolving business, intellectual property, and employment disputes.
Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner and litigator María Amelia Calaf (MAC) will be a panelist at the “Federal Trials for the State Court Litigator” session at the Austin Bar Association’s Civil Litigation Section’s Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar.
In a moving legal journey, Leah Bhimani Buratti's decade-long dedication to asylum seeker Y.P. unfolds. Published in the State Bar of Texas Immigration Bulletin, Summer 2023. A story of resilience, justice, and hope.
Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner María Amelia Calaf sat down with Amanda Arriaga, the first Latina president of the Austin Bar Association, to discuss diversity in the profession as part of the Bar’s Council of Firsts series.
María Amelia Calaf (MAC), Katherine Chiarello and Asra Syed have all been named to the publication’s 2023 edition for their work in civil litigation. Leah Bhimani Buratti was included for her work in intellectual property rights.
Today in New Orleans, Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner Katherine Chiarello argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on behalf of seven Llano County library patrons in one of the nation’s first public library “book ban” cases to be heard by a federal appellate court.
More than four years of data on patent jury trials in U.S. District Judge Alan Albright's courtroom may undermine the narrative that the Waco Division's juries are particularly plaintiff-friendly, even in the wake of last month's Textron v. DJI Technology verdict, say Leah Buratti at Botkin Chiarello Calaf and Lewis Tandy at Fritz Byrne.
Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner Leah Bhimani Buratti will be explaining the ins and outs of the local rules and federal pleading rules at the Travis County Women Lawyers Association’s (TCWLA) “A Day in Federal Court” seminar at the Austin courthouse on May 12. Leah’s presentation will highlight key local rules and discuss practice pointers for preparing well-crafted pleadings.
A team of six elite litigators and advisors have established Botkin Chiarello Calaf, an Austin-based law firm representing clients in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation, as well as counseling on business law.
In recognition of her work to promote Latinas within the legal profession, the Hispanic National Bar Association has appointed Botkin Chiarello Calaf partner María Amelia Calaf (MAC) to its Latina Commission.