We are pleased to grow our firm with this fine group of attorneys; they have the professional experience and strengths necessary to tackle the broad spectrum of litigation that our clients bring to us.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Fletcher, Farley, Shipman & Salinas, LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Leigh M. Taylor, James O. Gibbs, Clay Cosse, Timothy M. Rutledge and Arti Mangla as new associate attorneys to the firm’s Dallas office.
Leigh Taylor has experience handling a broad spectrum of complex civil litigation, as well as toxic tort. She has handled cases involving insurance defense, serious trucking litigation, commercial and construction disputes, wrongful death, fire and mold litigation, products liability and premises liability. Over the course of her career, Leigh has gained extensive experience in motion practice and deposing expert and fact witnesses throughout the State of Texas. To see her full bio visit, http://fletcherfarley.com/bio/LeighTaylor.htm.
James Gibbs is an accomplished litigation and trial attorney with over 5 years experience as an Assistant District Attorney, solo practitioner and an adjunct professor in Business Law at Lubbock Christian University. He brings to the firm his extensive experience with legal research and deposing expert and fact witnesses and has tried a number of cases to favorable defense verdicts. During his tenure as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas County, Texas, he prosecuted 36 jury trials and numerous bench trials. To see his full bio visit, http://fletcherfarley.com/bio/JamesGibbs.htm.
Clay Cosse joined the Fletcher Farley team as a Senior Associate with the firm’s Construction Litigation practice group. He has extensive experience in successfully defending catastrophic personal injury, construction defect, premises liability, and transportation matters from claim investigation through trial. To see his full bio visit, http://fletcherfarley.com/bio/clay-cosse.
Tim Rutledge brings to the firm his experience handling a wide variety of litigation including product liability, personal injury, commercial and business matters, insurance coverage and general insurance defense. He adds his extensive practice in prosecuting and defending complex coverage matters on behalf of insurance carriers and policy holders in state and federal court, including bad faith claims. To see his full bio visit, http://fletcherfarley.com/bio/timothy-m-rutledge.
Arti Mangla has experience handling a broad range of practice areas including commercial litigation, employment law, and civil litigation. She is an active member of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers and the Texas Association of Defense Counsel. To see her full bio visit, http://fletcherfarley.com/bio/arti-mangla.htm.
“We are pleased to grow our firm with this fine group of attorneys,” says Douglas Fletcher, Founding Partner of Fletcher, Farley, Shipman & Salinas. “They have the professional experience and strengths necessary to tackle the broad spectrum of litigation that our clients bring to us.”
Fletcher, Farley, Shipman & Salinas, LLP is a sophisticated defense firm skilled in the art of resolution with offices in Dallas and Austin. The firm's attorneys leverage their extensive experience and skills as trial and appellate attorneys to achieve resolution both inside and outside of the courthouse in matters including the defense of tort litigation, business and commercial litigation, construction, insurance, employment and dispute resolution. The firm’s unique Rapid Response Team™ provides a legal forensic service that can be deployed nationwide around the clock, within moments, to assist clients in responding to catastrophic losses. Fletcher Farley was founded nearly twenty years ago as a dedicated business defense firm, devoted to providing high-quality representation, sound legal guidance and efficient, cost-effective service to defendants. For more information about the firm, visit http://www.fletcherfarley.com.