The Firm has an outstanding reputation in the legal, business, political, charitable, and educational communities. Its attorneys are experienced in business and politics. Their practical experience in the corporate and political arenas enable the Firm to provide clients thorough case analysis and sound counsel, grounded in successful business practices and political contacts.
All of the Firm’s lawyers are generally experienced and fully licensed in civil litigation and business transactions in the state, administrative, and federal trial and appellate courts in Texas. The Firm also has Board Certified attorneys and specialists in specific areas of litigation, including business litigation and governmental regulation.
The Firm has an outstanding reputation in the legal, business, political, charitable, and educational communities. For example, Chris Rothfelder is an adjunct professor at Houston College of Law. Richard Rothfelder and Mike Falick have held elective offices. All of the Firm’s attorneys have received the highest professional ratings and recommendations, including the “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.
Richard Rothfelder served as the Mayor of the City of Southside Place for twelve years, and is a former President of the Harris County Mayors’ and Councils’ Association. He is currently the Southside City Attorney. Mike Falick was elected to serve on the Spring Branch Independent School District Board of Trustees in 2004. He was re-elected three times thereafter, including as its president.
Founded in 1996.
All of the Firm's lawyers are experienced in civil litigation and business transactions. In addition, the Firm has developed expertise in specific areas of litigation, including business litigation and governmental regulation.
The Firm's business litigation expertise includes contract and UCC disputes, arbitration and mediation, labor law, business torts, tax, proprietary information, securities, oil and gas, banking, collections, and real estate.
The governmental regulation practice includes eminent domain and inverse condemnation, permits and licenses, land use, zoning, deed restrictions, variances, special exceptions, and constitutional disputes.