Dallas Attorney Rogge Dunn Launches New Firm
Veteran Dallas attorney Rogge Dunn has established a new firm, the Rogge Dunn Group, PC.
In a release, the new firm said Dunn has experience representing executives, companies and brokers in business litigation, employment disputes and claims involving the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Joining Dunn at the firm are partners Gregory Clift, Bryan Collins, Josh Iacuone and Brian Shaw, and attorneys David Gross and John Lynch. All were previously with the firm of Clouse Dunn in Dallas.
“The timing was right to make this move, and my colleagues and I are excited about the opportunity to showcase our expertise, flexibility, and innovative approaches to resolving contentious disputes, both in the courtroom and at the bargaining table,” says Dunn. “We have a team of lawyers with big firm talent without the bureaucratic constraints.”
Dunn is certified in both Civil Trial Law and Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and has been repeatedly honored among the state’s top litigators by his peers and a wide range of legal publications. He has been recognized on multiple occasions as one of the top 100 attorneys in Texas on the Texas Super Lawyers list, and has been repeatedly selected to D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas list.
The firm said Dunn has litigated claims on behalf of a number of high net worth individuals and Fortune 500 executives, as well as professional athletes, coaches, judges and corporate general counsel. While several of these cases have garnered national and international attention, Dunn has successfully resolved numerous other matters on a confidential basis.
Dunn earned his law degree with honors from The University of Texas School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review and the school’s Board of Advocates. He received his undergraduate degree with honors from Southern Methodist University, and currently serves on the Associate Board of SMU’s Cox School of Business, as a member of the SMU Digital Accelerator Advisory Board, and as an adjunct professor of the school’s MBA program.