SOURCE: Cowles & Thompson, P.C.

April 09, 2009 10:31 ET

New Blog 'Reverse & Render' Offers Commentary on Texas Appellate Law

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - April 9, 2009) - The Dallas law firm Cowles & Thompson, P.C., is pleased to announce the new "Reverse & Render" blog ( created by the firm's appellate practice group.

The appellate law blog provides timely information and insight on significant appellate cases and events for attorneys and in-house legal departments. The blog includes details of important opinions from Texas and federal appeals courts, as well as information on continuing education seminars, proposed changes to the rules of appellate procedure, and upcoming meetings hosted by appellate sections of state and local bar associations.

"Reverse & Render" is the brain child of firm attorney Byron Henry, who maintains the blog along with fellow firm attorneys David Oliveros and Mike Northrup, head of Cowles & Thompson's appellate practice and immediate past chair of the Dallas Bar Association's Appellate Law Section.

"'Reverse & Render' provides us a unique forum to communicate with lawyers and individuals across Texas," says Mr. Northrup, a former briefing attorney for the Supreme Court of Texas. "Our goal is to use our experience to discuss and bring attention to important appellate issues around the state."

Cowles & Thompson launched one of the first appellate practice groups in the state when the firm was founded more than 30 years ago. The group handles a broad range of civil matters in state and federal appellate courts. Mr. Northup and Mr. Henry both are Board Certified in Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Cowles & Thompson, P.C., is a full-service law firm with offices in Dallas and Tyler, Texas. For more than 30 years, Cowles & Thompson has represented clients from across the nation in high-stakes litigation, providing effective, creative, and efficient solutions for clients' most complex problems.

For more information, contact Alan Bentrup at 800-559-4534 or

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