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Twelve Lawyers Named 2007 Super Lawyers by Texas Monthly magazine

September 17, 2007

Twelve Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons, L.L.P. lawyers were named as 2007 Super Lawyers by Texas Monthly magazine. The "Super Lawyer" list is produced annually by Laws & Politics Media as a result of surveying the more than 55,000 attorneys across the state who have been licensed to practice for five years or more. Texas Monthly's selections are based on nominations from other attorneys, are reviewed by a blue ribbon panel, and involve independent research.

Austin Office
Wade Crosnoe, Appellate
Michael W. Eady, Appellate
James V. Hoeffner, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Jeff D. Otto, Personal Injury Defense: General
Ronald D. Wamsted, Civil Litigation Defense

Dallas Office
Thomas A. Culpepper, Professional Liability: Defense
Richard ("Rick") J. Harmon, Insurance Coverage
Roger D. Higgins, Class Action/Mass Torts
Randy A. Nelson, Personal Injury Defense: General
John L. Ross, Labor & Employment
David M. Taylor, Civil Litigation Defense

Houston Office
Brian S. Martin, Insurance Coverage

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