Brett Kutnick, Deborah Hankinson, Jennifer Rangel Stagen, and Stephanie Dooley Nelson successfully represented Eagle Oil & Gas Company (“Eagle Oil”) in the trial court in a second lawsuit filed by TRO-X, L.P. concerning oil and gas interests in the Permian Basin. Following extensive briefing and a hearing, the trial court granted Eagle Oil’s motion for summary judgment on grounds of res judicata, collateral estoppel, the statute of limitations, and waiver, and denied TRO-X’s cross-motion for summary judgment. After a later evidentiary hearing on Eagle Oil’s request for attorney’s fees under the Declaratory Judgments Act, the trial court rendered final judgment that TRO X take nothing on its claims and awarded Eagle Oil attorney’s fees incurred in the trial court in the amount of $175,819.50, plus up to $261,000 in conditional appellate attorney’s fees for representation in the court of appeals and Texas Supreme Court. The case is currently on appeal in the Dallas Court of Appeals. TRO-X, L.P. v. Eagle Oil & Gas Co., No. DC-16-01439, in the 116th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Texas.