Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, PC was again named a "Best Law Firm" by
U.S. News and
Best Lawyers in 2015.
Bill Jackson has again been honored as a leading Environmental Litigator by
Chambers and Partners' 2015 Chambers USA Guide.
Lori Warner was again named to "The Best Lawyers in America" in the Environmental practice area for 2015.
Bill Jackson will present to the American Association of Port Authorities at the April 7, 2015 conference in New Orleans on innovative approaches to moving from environmental contamination and natural resource injury directly to restoration and economic redevelopment.
As part of a
pro bono team, Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs partner John Hagan obtained a landmark decision from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals that fundamentally changes the process for certifying juveniles to stand trial as adults in the State of Texas.
Bill Jackson was named to "Texas Super Lawyers" for Environmental Litigation again for 2014.
Will Petit and Kenny Corley were again named "Texas Rising Stars" by Super Lawyers in 2014.
Lori Warner and Bill Jackson were named "Top Rated Lawyers in Energy, Environmental and Natural Resources" in the
American Lawyer and
The National Law Journal.
Bill Jackson and Lori Warner were honored in the
Texas Lawyer as "Top Rated Lawyers in Texas" and A/V preeminent by
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Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, PC, serves the needs of its clients nationwide, regionally, and across Texas. Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, PC is currently representing clients in Natural Resource Damages, Superfund, and Environmental matters from Portland, Oregon to the Passaic River in New Jersey, and from the Clark Fork River Basin in Montana, to the State of Louisiana in connection with the Deepwater Horizon Spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In Texas, Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, PC is based in Houston and has represented clients in Dallas, Austin, Galveston, El Paso, The Woodlands, Texas City, Pasadena, La Marque, Dickinson, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, and Brownsville.