Steve Sanfelippo is a partner in Rose·Walker's Appellate Department. Mr. Sanfelippo is primarily responsible for handling all appellate and insurance coverage matters, and is also heavily involved in trial preparation and dispositive motion practice. Mr. Sanfelippo has had extensive experience in handling all aspects of the appellate process, from the filing of a notice of appeal through oral argument. Rose·Walker's Appellate Department is also instrumental in helping to prepare its clients' cases for trial by, among other things, handling dispositive motion practice, preparing jury charges, and addressing the myriad of other significant case-impacting issues that may arise in any given case.
Appellate practice and civil litigation in a variety of practice areas, including complex commercial matters, aviation, product liability, premises liability, professional liability, and insurance coverage.
Significant experience handling all aspects of appellate practice, as well as pretrial motion practice and trial preparation and briefing.
Law Clerk (1998-99) for Justice Sarah B. Duncan, Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio, Texas
- State Bar of Texas Appellate Section
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Phi Delta Phi, national scholastic legal fraternity
- State Bar of Texas
- U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
- 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
- 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D., 2000. Member, St. Mary’s Law Journal
Concordia University Wisconsin, B.A. Psychology, 1993.
"Admissible or Inadmissible? Getting In—Or Keeping Out—Government Documents In Aviation Cases," presented at the February 2006 Southern Methodist University Air Law Symposium and reprinted in the Summer 2006 issue of the Journal of Air Law and Commerce.
"Availability of En Banc Consideration and Rehearing in the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal and State Courts," presented at the 2005 Council of Appellate Lawyers and Appellate Judges Summit.
"Courts Discuss Expert Testimony," American Trial Lawyers Association, Aviation Law Section, Vol. 12, No. 2, Winter 2005.
“Passing the Blame, Passing the Bill: Contractual Liability and Additional Insureds,” 2004 Advanced Insurance Law Seminar.
- "Rising Star", Texas Monthly magazine (2010).