Jones Carr McGoldrick, L.L.P.

Jones Carr McGoldrick, L.L.P.

Jones Carr Mc Goldrick attorneys employ bold and innovative strategies to achieve outstanding litigation results for our clients.

Firm Overview

We learn our clients' business and goals, handle every case with the expectation that it will go to trial, and prepare accordingly. Though we pride ourselves on our superior service, our size and structure allow us to provide cost-efficient representation for the management of our clients' disputes and risk.

Our clients include large corporations facing numerous disputes throughout the country, as well as small and medium-sized Texas businesses and individuals with regional needs. We represent product and chemical manufacturers and distributors, businesses with commercial litigation needs in a variety of industries, and hospitals and healthcare providers. Each client receives customized legal services tailored to meet its individual needs, protect its interests, and honor its business philosophy.

Our Dallas-based firm invests in and employs the professionals, support staff and technology vital to the management of disputes nationwide, ranging in size and subject matter. We work with lawyers, and in courtrooms, all over the country. We staff each case appropriately. We address the client's concerns. We help the client understand risk, manage litigation, and achieve its goals.

Our Philosophy:

Complex litigation requires a mastery of the law and the industry involved in every case. By understanding both, our firm helps every client achieve its goals. Our business is protecting yours.
Main Office

Main Office
5910 N. Central Expressway
Suite 1700
Dallas  TX  75206

Phone
  • 214-828-9200
Fax
  • 214-828-9229
Personal Injury
Jones Carr McGoldrick, L.L.P. will represent your Personal Injury legal matters.
Practice Areas:
-Productts Liability and Toxic Tort
-Business and Commercial Law
-Health Care Liability

James J. McGoldrick

Partner

James Mc Goldrick concentrates his practice in complex business and personal tort litigation and product liability defense. He has extensive litigation experience in commercial matters, including contract, business tort, technology, aviation, intellectual property and deceptive trade practice claims, as well as significant expertise in products liability and toxic tort litigation in jurisdictions spanning the country. He serves as lead national trial counsel for a chemical handling, recycling and re-refining company in products liability and toxic tort cases. He also defends select medical malpractice claims against hospital systems, physicians, nurses, and other health care providers in cases involving catastrophic injuries and death.

Mr. Mc Goldrick aggressively pursues and prepares each case for trial from the outset in order to achieve the best end-result for his clients, whether through trial, settlement or other creative means. He has tried numerous cases in Texas state and federal courts, including a breach of contract/fraud case for a plaintiff-client which he successfully worked up as lead associate and tried to verdict with lead partners resulting in the largest verdict in Hunt County, Texas history and one of America's Top 100 Verdicts in 2001.

Representative Experience:
-Member of trial team that obtained the largest verdict in Hunt County, Texas history, and made America's Top 100 Verdicts in 2001.
-Represented national and international defendants and plaintiffs in complex, commercial litigation matters.
-Represented national and international defendants and plaintiffs in all forms of personal injury, product liability, toxic tort, industrial accident, environmental and general negligence litigation.
-Represented one of the nation's largest ready-mix concrete companies and pre-eminent building materials companies in suits ranging from vehicular accidents to construction site accidents.

Presentations/Speeches:
-Presented: Risk Management: Applicability of Proactive and Preemptive Approach to Claims and Lawsuits, Association of Corporate Counsel, Dallas, Texas (January 2008)
-Presented: Expert Admissibility and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in Benzene Litigation, Mealey's Benzene Litigation Conference, Santa Monica, California (June 2007)

Reported Cases:
-Union Carbide Corp. v. Loftin, 256 S.W.3d 869 (Tex.App. - Beaumont 2008)
-Shell Oil Co. v. Baran, 258 S.W.3d 719 (Tex.App.Beaumont 2008)

Awards and Distinctions:
-Named a Rising Star in the Texas Super Lawyer edition of Texas Monthly and Law & Politics magazine, 2008-2009
-Selected for and invited to participate in America's Premier Lawyers, which is featured in Fortune Magazine and broadcast worldwide on American Airlines and Northwest Airlines, 2007 - 2008

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Dallas Association of Young Lawyers

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Litigation & Appeals
-Products Liability Toxic Tort
-Environmental Law
-General Negligence

Education:
-University of Texas School of Law, J.D. 1996
-University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A. in International Business and Finance, 1993
-University of Texas, B.A. in French, 1993

Admitted:
-State Bar of Texas, 1996
-U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas
Education
  • University of Texas School of Law
    Juris Doctorate , 1996

Jeffrey F. Wood

Partner
Mr. Wood practices primarily in the area of toxic tort and product liability defense, medical malpractice defense, regulatory and administrative law in connection with state licensing board/regulatory proceedings for nurses and physicians, commercial litigation and premises liability. Mr. Wood both leads and actively participates in all aspects of representative client services for individuals and entities, including forming and implementing litigation strategy and tactical procedures, legal research, motion practice, hearing advocacy, settlement negotiations and mediation, trial preparation and attendance and appellate matters. Mr. Wood serves as national trial counsel on behalf of a chemical handling, recycling and re-refining company in several products liability and toxic tort cases filed across the country in both state and federal courts.

Additionally, Mr. Wood counsels health care institutions and providers in situations involving federal privacy regulations, corporate document retention, human resources, pharmaceutical and equipment contracts, advanced directives, hospital security, plant operations, patient/employee/visitor safety, and new clinical technologies. Mr. Wood also represents health care providers in state board licensing body proceedings and health care facilities in connection with state regulatory matters.

Mr. Wood joined Jones Mc Goldrick in February 2001, having first practiced insurance defense litigation, including defense of personal injury suits and direct suits against insurance companies under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Texas Insurance Code.

Representative Experience:
-Prevailed in a medical malpractice jury trial on behalf of a hospital in alleged wrongful death case involving alleged improper replacement of dislodged feeding tube in a 24-year-old mentally retarded patient who later died from peritonitis. Plaintiffs' counsel sought jury award of $30 million, including punitive damages. Defense verdict was unanimous.

-Defended hospital in jury trial to a plaintiff's verdict below pretrial high-low settlement agreement, which followed the post-operative death of a knee replacement patient allegedly resulting from hospital's failure to follow written order of physician for pulse oximetry monitoring. Pretrial settlement demand was several times the size of the actual verdict, and one individual healthcare provider defendant was found not to have committed negligence.

-Prevailed on behalf of hospital in a jury trial, premises liability case involving injury to a visitor at the facility.

-Prevailed on behalf of a Defendant involved in a motorist accident in East Texas.

-Defended trucking company and driver in personal injury jury trial in East Texas to a plaintiff's verdict of less than one-fourth of the amount of damages requested at trial and less than one-half of Plaintiff's pretrial demand.

-Defended motorist in property damage case occurring at the State Fair of Texas in jury trial to a plaintiffs' verdict of less than one-half of the pretrial demand.

-Prevailed on behalf of North Texas business owner in jury trial of premises liability case wherein Plaintiff alleged on-site injury resulted in total disability.

-Handled successful appeals as lead appellate counsel in multiple medical malpractice and premises liability cases.

-Defended several motorists and premises owners in small claims and justice court jury trials.

-Satisfactorily obtained resolution by settlement of more than 75 cases.

-Satisfactorily represented physicians and registered nurses in Texas board proceedings.

Practices:
-Litigation & Appeals
-Products Liability Toxic Tort
-General Negligence
-Professional Negligence
-Health Care Liability

Education:
-Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D. 1999
-Institute of World Legal Problems, 1998, studied International Law and Supreme Court history under the late Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist
-Baylor University, Hankamer School of Business, B.B.A. in Marketing, 1997

Admitted:
-State Bar of Texas, 2000
-U.S. District Courts of Texas, Northern, Southern, and Western Districts
Education
  • Texas Tech University School of Law
    Juris Doctorate , 1999

Wesley S. Alost

Partner

Wes Alost specializes in the defense of toxic tort, premises liability and products liability claims before state and federal courts throughout the country. He is part of a trial team that aggressively and efficiently prepares each case, always mindful of the client's goals and bottom line. He has represented both large and small corporations in claims involving industrial minerals and chemicals, welding consumables, electrical components, elevators, escalators, and moving walks. Frequently, such claims involved allegations of catastrophic personal injury or death.

Mr. Alost has also represented various contractors in the prosecution and defense of construction claims, including suits and claims based upon breach of contract and construction delays. His broad experience also includes commercial litigation, professional liability actions, personal and commercial auto liability litigation, and maritime law.

Mr. Alost joined Jones Carr Mc Goldrick in August 2007.

Representative Experience:
-Defended industrial minerals producer in hundreds of toxic tort suits involving personal injury and wrongful death claims.

-Defended premises owner in wrongful death and personal injury toxic tort suits, including claims for neurological injury and death from welding fume exposure.

-Represented process piping fabricator in multi-jurisdictional litigation against natural gas compression plant owner and general contractor, asserting breach of contract claims in excess of $1.5 million.

-Defended several independent insurance agencies from third-party claims under professional liability policies.

-Represented elevator manufacturing and servicing company, both in defense of scores of personal injury and wrongful death claims, as well as in the prosecution of numerous construction and service contract claims.

-Represented publishers' advertising representative in month-long jury trial against magazine publisher and related corporate entities, including preparation of all post-trial motions and successful appellate pleadings.

-Obtained jury verdict, including attorneys' fees, on behalf of homeowners in breach of warranty and DTPA action against door and casement window manufacturer, including preparation of all post-trial motions and successful appellate pleadings.

-Defended electrical component manufacturer in both premises and products liability claims involving personal injury, wrongful death, and property damage allegations.

-Represented association of businesses in the hospitality industry in defeating attempt by the Regional Transit Authority to impose sales and use tax on hotel occupancy in the New Orleans region, including preparation of successful appellate pleadings.

-Defended owner of tanker truck struck by commercial freight train in Webster Parish, Louisiana in personal injury suit brought by train crew.

-Defended numerous personal injury suits, many including catastrophic loss claims, on behalf of commercial and personal auto liability carriers.

Reported Cases:
-Union Carbide Corp. v. Loftin, 256 S.W.3d 869 (Tex.App. - Beaumont 2008)
-Shell Oil Co. v. Baran, 258 S.W.3d 719 (Tex.App. - Beaumont 2008)
-Regional Transit Authority v. Kahn, 742 So.2d 960 (La.App. 4 Cir. 1999)
-Wicker v. Ford Motor Co., 67 F.Supp.2d 623 (E.D. La. 1999)

Awards and Distinctions:
-Named a "Texas Rising Star" in Texas Monthly magazine for 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010
-Articles/Book Review Editor of Loyola Poverty Law Journal, 1996 - 1997

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-American Bar Association, Litigation Section
-State Bar of Texas
-Louisiana Bar Association
-Dallas Bar Association
-2011 Co-Vice Chair, Public Forum Committee
-2010 Co-Chair, CLE Committee
-2008 Co-Chair, Courthouse Committee
-Bench/Bar Conference Committee Member
-Professionalism Committee Member

Practices:
-Toxic Tort/Mass Tort
-Premises and Industrial Accident Claims
-Personal Injury Litigation
-Products Liability
-Litigation & Appeals
-Business & Commercial Law
-Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Education:
Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, J.D., 1997
The Louisiana Scholars' College of Northwestern State University, B.A. in Liberal Arts, 1994

Admitted:
-State Bar of Texas, 2000
-Louisiana State Bar,1997
-U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas
-U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
-U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Education
  • Loyola University New Orleans
    Juris Doctorate , 1997

Christopher W. Carr

Of Counsel

Chris Carr approaches dispute resolution with aggressive and creative strategies designed to achieve the best possible results for his clients. Mr. Carr's practice involves commercial litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants, with an emphasis on claims involving:
-Partnership and shareholder disputes
-Breach of fiduciary duties
-Fraud
-Breach of contract
-Officer and director liability
-Property disputes
-Corporate governance
-Professional negligence.

Mr. Carr represents both large and small businesses and individuals in complex business and commercial matters.
Additionally, Mr. Carr:

-Counsels individual and corporate clients on liability and risk management
-Analyzes and drafts contracts and service agreements with a focus on competition restrictions
-Advises clients on business entity selection, formation, and corporate governance.

Representative Experience:
-Prevailed and recovered attorneys' fees in arbitration proceeding involving commercial dispute where the claimant alleged breaches of various contracts, as well as fraud, and sought damages exceeding $7 million.

-Successfully tried trademark infringement and breach of contract state court case in which opposing party sought permanent injunction preventing client's use of a service mark and trade name.

-Successfully tried state court case involving bad faith retention of a security deposit by a landlord wherein client was awarded actual damages, statutory treble damages, and attorneys' fees.

-Obtained multi-million dollar judgment in trial of a bankruptcy adversary proceeding involving officer and director liability and breach of fiduciary duty with regard to the management of a public company.

-Represented Swiss bank in arbitration proceeding in which opposing party sought nearly two million dollars in damages but recovered less than $200,000.

-Defended contractual arbitration claims to a take nothing award in a seven-day arbitration proceeding when identical claims were the subject of a claimant's award in a previous and nearly identical hearing involving a different law firm.

-Conducted case planning, discovery, pretrial briefing, oral argument, and witness and case preparation for successful state court jury trial resulting in over $400 million verdict in fraud, tortious interference with contracts, and prospective business relation and civil conspiracy case. The judgment was later overturned on appeal.

-Participated in three-month Lawyers on Loan program with the Dallas County District Attorney's office, during which picked jury, led case or handled both in ten jury trials.

-Defended several state court personal injury jury trials.

-Satisfactorily obtained resolution by settlement of numerous (100+) disputes for plaintiffs and defendants.

-Handled successful appeals in class action cases and preservation of judgment in bankruptcy adversary proceeding.

Publications:
-Complex Litigation and Trial Tactics, (Co-Author), Continuing Legal Education (May 2002)
-Lawyers on Loan, Dallas Bar Association Headnotes, Vol. 24, No. 3 (March 1, 2000)
-Practical Tips: Avoid Lawsuits and Limit Liability (November 1999)
-Sudden Death: The Supreme Court of Texas Kills Mary Carter, 24 Texas Tech Law Review 1227 (1993)

Presentations/Speeches:
-Presented: Risk Management: Applicability of Proactive and Preemptive Approach to Claims and Lawsuits, Association of Corporate Counsel (2008)
-Presented: Practical Tips: Avoid Lawsuits and Limited Liability (1999)

Awards and Distinctions:
-Texas Monthly "Super Lawyer" (2005 - 20013)
-Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Torts
-Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Contracts
-Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Criminal Law
-Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Public International Law
-Texas Tech Law Review (1992 - 1994)
-Texas Tech Law Review, Note Editor (1993 - 1994)

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Knights of Columbus
-Dallas Association of Young Lawyers

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Professional Negligence

Education:
Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1994
University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A. in Finance, 1991

Admitted:
State Bar of Texas, 1994
U.S. District Court for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas
Education
  • Texas Tech University School of Law
    Juris Doctorate, cum laude , 1994

Amanda Morse Koch

Associate

Amanda Koch maintains a diverse practice of commercial litigation, products liability, toxic tort, and medical malpractice defense in state and federal courts throughout the country. She represents both large and small businesses, as well as individuals, in the defense and prosecution of business tort claims including fraud, breach of contract, breach of warranty, Texas Deceptive Trade Practices, negligence, negligent misrepresentation and conversion.

Ms. Koch also represents a chemical and recycling company in products liability and toxic tort cases nationwide. Prior to joining Jones Carr Mc Goldrick in October 2006, she gained significant experience prosecuting products liability claims against automobile manufacturers, involving airbag deployment, rollovers, seat belts and roof crush.

Representative Experience:
-Obtained summary judgment and recovered attorneys' fees in commercial dispute wherein plaintiff alleged breach of contract and fraud against clients' consulting firm.
-Prevailed on behalf of hospital in premises liability jury trial involving injury to a visitor at the facility.
-Defended client in arbitration proceeding involving an accounting firm's claim for unpaid fees.
-Satisfactorily obtained resolution of breach of contract dispute for international utility pole manufacturer in state court action filed by governmental entity.
-Represented healthcare providers in depositions, discovery, and motion practice in medical negligence actions involving serious injury and death.

Publications:
-Skimming the Surface of Safety, 42 Trial 30 (Aug. 2006).
-Airline Liability - The Warsaw Convention - Ninth Circuit Rules Passenger's Development of Deep-Vein Thrombosis Is Not an "Accident" Under the Warsaw Convention: Rodriguez v. Ansett Australia Ltd., 70 J. Air L. & Com. 123 (Jan. 2005).

Awards and Distinctions:
-SMU Law Review Association, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Articles Editor
-The Order of Barristers

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Co-Chair Membership Committee, 2011
-Associate Producers of Dallas Summer Musicals
- Vice President, 2011
- Co-Chair Events Committee, 2009 - 2010
- Board of Directors, 2008 - 2011
-Lee Park Junior Conservancy

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Professional Negligence
-General Negligence

Education:
-Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2005
-Salem College, B.A. in International Relations and History, magna cum laude, 2002

Admitted:
-State Bar of Texas, 2005
-U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Education
  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
    Juris Doctorate , 2005

Jill Masso Blanton

Associate

Jill Masso Blanton practices commercial litigation, debt collection, products liability, toxic tort and medical malpractice defense in jurisdictions throughout the country.

Representative Experience:
-Handled pretrial discovery, pleadings, depositions and motion practice for a distributor in solvent litigation nationwide.
-Assisted in a variety of civil litigation matters, including business and commercial disputes, business torts, contract disputes and personal injury cases.
-Obtained favorable settlement for commercial clients in contract disputes.
-Prevailed on behalf of hospital in premises liability jury trial involving injury to a visitor at the facility.
-Represented healthcare providers in depositions, discovery, and motion practice in medical negligence actions involving serious injury and death.

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
-Texas Young Lawyers Association

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Debt Collection
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Professional Negligence
-General Negligence
-Medical malpractice defense

Education:
-Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2006
-Southern Methodist University, B.A. in Public Affairs and Corporate Communications and Psychology, summa cum laude, 2002

Admitted:
State Bar of Texas, 2006
U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Texas
Education
  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
    Juris Doctorate, cum laude , 2006

Miranda Anger Wilson

Associate

Miranda Anger Wilson focuses her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, products liability, toxic tort, medical malpractice, and business torts, before state and federal courts throughout the country. Ms. Wilson also crafts solutions for commercial client needs, including the formation of corporate and partnership entities and the protection of intellectual property rights.

Representative Experience:
-Secured dismissal with prejudice of all claims against medical malpractice defendant, including an award of costs of suit.
-Handled pretrial discovery, pleadings, depositions and motion practice for well-known defendant in benzene litigation nationwide.
-Prepared and filed trademark and copyright applications for clients seeking intellectual property protection.
-Assisted in obtaining favorable settlements in toxic tort cases.
-Successfully contested customs penalties for clients operating import businesses.
-Presented oral arguments to Texas Second Court of Appeals in Fort Worth on behalf of medical malpractice defendant.

Publications:
International Aviation Safety: An Examination of the U.S., EU, and the Developing World, 72 J. Air L. & Com. 141 (Winter 2007).

Awards and Distinctions:
-SMU Law Review Association, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Articles Editor
-SMU Law Review Association, Vines Memorial Scholarship

Professional / Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Texas Bar Association
-Second Chance SPCA, fundraising

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Trademark and Copyright Filings
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Medical Malpractice Defense

Education:
-Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2007
-Southern Methodist University, B.B.A. in Marketing, cum laude, 2004

Admitted:
-State Bar of Texas, 2007
-U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Education
  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
    Juris Doctorate , 2007

Heather Forgey

Heather Forgey specializes in the defense of complex toxic tort, products liability, and medical malpractice cases in various jurisdictions, with a focus on Texas and California. She has also handled a wide range of commercial litigation matters for both plaintiffs and defendants.

Representative experience:

-Assisted in obtaining multiple summary judgments for various clients through effective cross-examination at deposition, followed by persuasive motion practice and oral argument.
-Handled a plaintiff's fraud and breach of contract case involving misrepresentation in the sale of goods.
-Obtained favorable settlements for numerous defendants in personal injury cases.

Professional/Civic Affiliations:
-Dallas Bar Association
-Dallas Women Lawyers Association
-Los Angeles County Bar Association

Practices:
-Business & Commercial Law
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Professional Negligence
-General Negligence

Education:
-Thomas Jefferson School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude 2004
-University of California, Davis, B.S. in Human Development, 2001

Admitted:
-State Bar of California, 2005
-State Bar of Texas, 2005
Education
  • Thomas Jefferson School of Law
    Juris Doctorate, magna cum laude , 2004

Matthew O. Kovacs

Associate

Matt Kovacs specializes in the defense of toxic tort personal injury actions and environmental litigation before state, federal and appellate Courts across the United States. Mr. Kovacs primarily focuses his diverse practice on crafting solutions for his clients throughout the State of California. His unique skill set allows Mr. Kovacs to address issues faced by many businesses in navigating complex environmental statutes associated with the industrial use of certain chemicals while also solving problems associated with illnesses derived from chemicals used in the work place.

Representative Experience:

-Defeated over 90% of Plaintiff's requested damages while second chairing a CERCLA cost recovery action in Federal District Court
-Assisted in negotiation of Consent Decrees for multiple federal Superfund sites
-Participated in settlement negotiations for wide variety of cases leading to advantageous dispute resolution for the client
-Broad law and motion practice on a wide array of issues including pre-trial briefing, discovery issues, motions to limit the testimony of opposing experts and motions for summary judgment and / or adjudication
-Diverse deposition practice with specialization on focused and effective cross-examination of opposing parties, witnesses and experts
-Comprehensive discovery practice in both state and federal courts

Practices:
-Products Liability and Toxic Tort
-Environmental Litigation
-General Negligence

Education:
-University of Denver College of Law, J.D., 2009
-Trinity University, B.A. in History, Economics and Communications, 2006

Admitted:
-State Bar of California, 2009
-United States District Court for the Central and Northern Districts of California
-United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Education
  • University of Denver College of Law
    Juris Doctorate , 2009

Matthew B. Herzog

Matt Herzog specializes in commercial litigation, the defense of toxic tort injuries, and medical malpractice litigation in jurisdictions throughout the country. Having substantial experience as a Plaintiffs' attorney, Matt brings a unique and insightful perspective to defending clients in the toxic tort and medical malpractice areas.

Representative Experience:

-Obtained favorable settlements in hundreds of personal injury cases; including motor vehicle, medical malpractice, work-related, and premises liability matters.
-Handled pretrial discovery, pleadings, depositions and motion practice for a high-volume personal injury firm.
-Tried multiple medical malpractice cases to verdict.
-Assisted in a variety of civil litigation matters, including business and commercial disputes, business torts, contract disputes and personal injury cases.

Awards and Distinctions:
-National Order of Barristers
-Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Amber Browning Memorial Scholarship Recipient
-Volunteer Judge of the Year 2011- SMU Board of Advocates

Professional / Civic Affiliations:
-State Bar of Texas
-Dallas Bar Association
-Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
-Law Student Assistance Committee

Practices:
-Toxic Tort/Mass Tort
-Products Liability
-Health Care Liability
-Business & Commercial law
-Litigation & Appeals

Education:
-Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2010
-Brigham Young University, B.A. in Political Science and Russian Language, 2004

Admitted:
State Bar of Texas 2010
Education
  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
    Juris Doctorate, cum laude , 2010
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