Cook Yancey congratulates its client Holmes Honda on the groundbreaking of Holmes’ new Honda dealership in Bossier City, Louisiana. The new dealership will be positioned on 5.2 acres and will initially employ a projected 50 people.
Cook Yancey gladly accepted the challenge issued to local law firms to engage Caddo Transformation Zone Students
The Caddo Parish Transformation Zone hosted Round 2 of their Amazing Shake competition on Friday, January 29 in Community Central.
Cook Yancey is pleased to announce that twelve attorneys have been named to the 2016 edition of Louisiana Super Lawyers
Cook Yancey proudly announces that the following attorneys have been named to the 2016 edition of Louisiana Super Lawyers: Sam Caverlee, Sid Cook, Al Hand, Bernard Johnson, John Kalmbach, Bill Kalmbach, Robert Kennedy, Ken Mascagni, and Herschel Richard.
Cook Yancey attorney, Drew Lambert, has become an adjunct professor at Centenary College. Drew is teaching a class is called “Commercial Law,” BUSN 223-A.
Each year Common Ground holds a Christmas Market offering families pride, hope and dignity. Cook Yancey employees enjoy being helpers at this shopping event.
Cook Yancey selects a local charity to receive a holiday donation each year. Academy of Children’s Theatre was selected as the recipient, for 2015. ACT held an art contest, with their students drawing Christmas pictures for Cook Yancey’s holiday card. Two student drawings were selected by a panel of judges, and the firm card was designed with the winning drawings.
The Champions Committee chaired the Holy Angels’ Taste of Shreveport-Bossier event this year.
Cook Yancey congratulates the Champions on a very successful event. Allison Foster, attorney at Cook Yancey, serves on the Champions. The firm is proud of her involvement, with this outstanding and effective group of young professionals volunteering their time to Holy Angels.
Unfortunately, most business leaders don’t think they need a lawyer until they need one. But a lawyer can serve as a vital part of a business team offering not only legal advice, but sound counsel. It’s with that sense of being a resource that Brian Homza’s of Cook, Yancey, King & Galloway has seen success for himself and his clients.