|Trial Lawyer Suzanne J. DuBose Joins Godwin Ronquillo as Houston Shareholder|
|August 21, 2012 10:12 am|
HOUSTON – The prominent Texas trial and appellate law firm of Godwin Ronquillo PC is pleased to announce the addition of accomplished trial lawyer Suzanne J. DuBose as a commercial litigation Shareholder in the firm's Houston office.
"Suzanne is an outstanding litigator with an impressive background as lead counsel in a number of diverse cases," says Donald E. Godwin, Chairman and CEO of Godwin Ronquillo. "We are exceptionally pleased to have an attorney with her experience joining our team in Houston."
Ms. DuBose's practice is focused on representing national and regional financial institutions, large corporations, small businesses and individuals in general business and complex civil litigation involving business torts, banking law, construction litigation, insurance litigation, premises liability, securities litigation, contract disputes, personal injury, medical malpractice, inverse condemnation, family law and consumer rights.
She has practiced in both federal and state courts, including successfully arguing appeals before the Texas 14th Court of Appeals in Houston. Her practice also incorporates alternative methods of dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration before the American Arbitration Association and FINRA.
Ms. DuBose graduated with a law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2004 after earning her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from the University of New Mexico in 1998.
Founded in 1980, Godwin Ronquillo PC is a mid-sized trial and appellate firm with a national practice. With offices in Dallas, Houston and Plano, Godwin Ronquillo represents Fortune 500 and middle-market industry leaders in Mission Critical Litigation® throughout the United States. To learn more, visit the Firm's website at http://www.godwinronquillo.com.
For more information on Ms. DuBose and Godwin Ronquillo, please contact Ed Sothcott at 214-939-8626 or ESothcott@GodwinRonquillo.com.
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