Choosing the proper firm to represent you in high stakes commercial litigation and arbitration can mean the difference between business success and failure. The question is, what should you look for in a trial team? The answer is ability, diligence, integrity and experience.
We’ve spent decades establishing a presence in trials, arbitrations and appeals and will gladly compare our record with any firm. We’ve represented Fortune 500 companies, senior executives, inventors, developers, exploration, production, pipeline companies, the largest propane company in America, CFOs, CEOs, directors, shareholders, even treasure hunters and musicians. In the process, we have soaked up knowledge and experience in nearly every type of industry and commercial dispute in the Texas economy.
We formed this firm with a single goal—to be the absolute best lawyers we can be by serving our clients with the diligence, intelligence, integrity and experience they deserve, and with every ounce of our ability.
Caseta Technologies, Inc., Sellers congratulate Tom Fulkerson, Wes Lotz, Ethan Gibson and Paul Clote and the whole crew at Fulkerson Lotz LLP for their brilliant and creative work.
As Destiny’s Child and Beyoncé’s popularity expanded, I have had the experience of getting to know a number of attorneys, some good, some not so good. Amongst all of them, Tom Fulkerson was the guy I felt we could trust to always put us first and always be on top of anything that could happen.
Tom and his group were the most thorough, well prepared attorneys I have worked with in over 30 years. Hopefully, I will never need the services of a top attorney again but if I do, Tom is the best I know of.
Working with Tom Fulkerson and his team is a great experience. In my opinion, he is unique in his field; Tom combines a commanding, in-depth knowledge of the law together with a business person’s understanding of the specific issues. He is tough, savvy, accessible and keen on the details. Tom is not only a trusted advisor but has become a good friend.
We began as a small, cutting-edge technology company in the oilfield, promoting a wellbore survey system. We faced two company-killing situations. By all outside appearances, we were badly outgunned, as our opposition was represented by prominent lawyers in well-established, large firms. It was they who were outgunned. From the get-go, Tom and the firm were light-years ahead of the opposition, and what began as threats to us became building blocks for our company’s expansion. We won’t use anyone else on any case of significance to us.
I’ve been doing litigation consulting in the oil and gas business for over thirty years and have probably been exposed to every oil and gas trial attorney of any worth in Texas. I’ve given well over 300 depositions as an expert in the field. When I first met Tom in 1990, I thought I was working with Danny Ainge. He looked like him and he was meaner than Danny. I wondered would he ever be able to let up? He has and he’s incredibly effective. The Wells submission he wrote for us was epic, one of the best single explanations of the connection between reserve reporting and earnings I have seen.
Tom Fulkerson represented a relatively small trust in a fraud case against some of the titans of the world of distressed asset investing during a bankruptcy. His ability to strategize, implement that strategy and litigate the matter in a courtroom setting was outstanding. He worked very hard in the development of complex strands of evidence through both document review and depositions. Tom clearly articulated the position of the Trust in settlement negotiations and ultimately resolved the case. We were pleased with both the outcome and the timing.
Thank you so much for your help on this – and your incredibly effective handling.
*Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters
Thomas M. Fulkerson
Wesley G. Lotz
*Benchmark Litigation, Benchmark
Thomas M. Fulkerson