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Rose•Walker Brochure

When you hire a law firm, you have a choice. You can go with a big firm and get the security of an established, well-known name. You’ll also get plenty of billable hours, associates in training and, if you’re lucky, someone who can find the courthouse.  (more)

Small Town Trial Blues

When Suits take lawyers to small towns, it can - but needn't - lead to big trouble.  (more)

Jury Awards Textron

Jury Orders Textron Unit to Pay $96 Million - A Texas Jury ordered Textron Inc.'s Lycoming unit to pay $96 Million in damages after finding that he company designed defective aircraft engines and defrauded a subcontractor to hide problems that resulted in spate of fatal small plane accidents years ago.  (more)

Electronic Discovery

Three years after the Federal Rules, there have been many roundtable discussions about e-Discovery, but few have featured a panel consisting of law firm trial lawyers, an inhouse counsel and a district court judge. Texas Lawyer’s business department recently hosted an enlightening and educational roundtable discussion on the topic with just such a panel. The following transcript has been edited for length and style.  (more)

Rose•Walker 10th Anniversary

Perfect 10. So maybe "perfect" is a stretch, but we are 10 years old.  (more)

‘Be There—And Care’ Martin Rose [ ROSE•WALKER ]

Marty Rose Featured Among Dallas' Top Corporate Trial Lawyers  (more)

Textron Penalized for Blaming its Parts Supplier

The Providence based company intends to appeal the jury's $96 million verdict.  (more)

Small Firms, Big Wins

Small Firm Business - Several small firms started the year with big jury verdicts. Here we take a closer look at the work behind a few of the sizeable wins. Rose•Walker verdict: $96 Million.  (more)

Lycoming Crankshaft Suit

As I write this, we're barely six weeks into the new year but already the first colossally bad development of 2005 has bubbled to the surface: The Interstate Southwest LTD. lawsuit against Lycoming. In mid-February, interstate won this suit and was awarded a staggering $96.1 Million in damages.  (more)

Making The Brand

Small Firm Business - A little more than two years ago Lindsay Thompson surveyed the image of his two person Seattle law firm, Thonpson Gipe, and decided it looked, well, boring. He hired a public relations consultant who also happened to be a client and soon found himself immersed in long conference about how to run the practice.  (more)