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The law firm and the congressional committee that investigated drugs in baseball are fighting pitching standout Roger Clemens over access to evidence collected against him, a development that could delay the trial on charges he lied about being a user.

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the firm that produced the Mitchell Report filed motions in federal court in Washington on Friday to quash Clemens' subpoenas. Clemens wants to see their evidence accusing him of using steroids and human growth hormone, likely looking for weaknesses or inconsistencies in witness testimony to defend himself in the criminal trial scheduled for July.

In 2006, Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig hired former Sen. George Mitchell and the DLA Piper firm he worked for at the time to investigate allegations that players used drugs. The Mitchell Report issued Dec. 13, 2007, accused several players including Clemens.

The House committee held hearings on the report in February 2008. Clemens testified that he never used performance-enhancing drugs during 23 seasons, in which he recorded 354 wins and 4,672 strikeouts and won seven Cy Young awards. Prosecutors say evidence proves that he did and charged him with perjury, false statement and obstruction of Congress.

Clemens wants DLA Piper to turn over material related to its interviews with his longtime personal trainer Brian McNamee, who told investigators he injected Clemens with performance-enhancing drugs; admitted steroid user and retired player Jose Canseco; and former New York Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski, who McNamee said provided the drugs Clemens used.

Dallas law firm - Koning Rubarts LLP.

  Law Firm News  -   POSTED: 2011/03/03 10:04

Koning Rubarts was founded by two trial lawyers with over fifty combined years of experience at one of Texas’ preeminent law firms.  Our firm handles complex business litigation of all kinds, with special emphasis on professional liability defense and insurance policyholder recovery.  Our sole focus is winning for our clients. 

A Better Alternative to the Large Law Firm

Koning Rubarts offers the high quality, attentive representation every client deserves, enhanced by the agility, responsiveness and efficiency only a highly-focused firm can provide.  Our lawyers are seasoned and accustomed to working in small teams.  Your matter will not be overstaffed, turned into a training ground for brand new associates or handed off to lawyers you have never met.  Our state-of-the-art technology levels the playing field with our big firm colleagues and ensures effective communication with clients, courts, and other counsel.  We are also able to offer custom-designed fee arrangements that may be unavailable in larger firms. 

Leading Professionals and Businesses Turn to Us

Our clients include leading local and national companies, top tier law firms, and individual business owners.  We have earned numerous honors and accolades for our work, including recognition in Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers and the Texas Lawyer’s “Go-To Guide.”  We are proud of our reputation for excellence and our outstanding, loyal clients.

You may contact the firm via phone at 214.751.7900, or visit

Morrison, Motl and Sherwood, PLLP

  Law Firm News  -   POSTED: 2011/03/02 09:54

Morrison, Motl and Sherwood is a Helena based Montana law firm that provides the highest quality representation to consumers, workers and small businesses.

Experience Counts

We have successfully litigated hundreds of cases for consumers, working families and small businesses across Montana. Our appellate cases, including many cases of first impression, have shaped the law of Montana.

Legal Ability

Our firm holds the AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest peer rating for legal ability and ethics.

Professional Leadership

Our members serve on board of the Montana Justice Foundation and the State Bar Ethics Committee, have been president of the Montana Trial Lawyers Association and the First Judicial District Bar and have published and taught widely in their practice areas.

Personal Touch

Our firm is large enough to offer a wide range of expertise but small enough to ensure personal attention for every client. We take the causes of our clients seriously and personally.

Morrison, Motl & Sherwood, PLLP
401 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, Mt 59601

Phone: 406.442.3261
Fax: 406.443.7294

The Law Office of Eric Roper, P.A.

  Law Firm News  -   POSTED: 2011/01/26 09:20

Jacksonville criminal defense lawyer - Eric Roper served over nine years on active duty in the U.S. Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps and currently serves as a Commander in the Reserve Component of the JAGC. 

His active service included tours as a criminal defense lawyer, Staff Judge Advocate, Officer in Charge, and command services attorney.  He was appointed to two terms as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney.  After leaving active duty, Mr. Roper prosecuted civil violations of Federal law as a trial attorney with the Bureau of Enforcement at the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission in Washington, D.C.  He opened his own firm in 2010 where his practice is focused on Federal, state and military criminal defense and maritime transportation law.

North Dakota Rep. Earl Pomeroy, who was defeated in his campaign for a 10th term, said he will join a Washington, D.C., law firm next week as an attorney and adviser on health policy.

Alston & Bird, which has more than 800 lawyers, said Tuesday it had hired the veteran Democrat and his House chief of staff, Bob Siggins, to work for its health care group.

Federal law bars Pomeroy from lobbying Congress for a year. Pomeroy said he may do lobbying work once the prohibition is lifted.

He said he doesn't believe he will be asked to advocate policies he opposed as a member of Congress or to represent clients who worked to turn him out of office. Republican Rick Berg, a Fargo property developer and former North Dakota state legislator, defeated Pomeroy in November.

"I want the work that I do in health policy to be consistent with trying to make a better health care system," Pomeroy said. "I have received assurances from the firm that I won't be asked to work on something that I fundamentally don't agree with. . No, I don't intend to sell out."

Pomeroy, who was North Dakota's insurance commissioner for eight years before being elected to the U.S. House in 1992, said he was hired because of his knowledge of insurance, health policy and the workings of Congress.

Woman admits to perjury in law firm probe

  Law Firm News  -   POSTED: 2010/12/06 09:11

A Martinsburg woman has admitted lying to a federal grand jury during an investigation of a law firm where she worked as the office manager.

U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld II said Wednesday that 52-year-old Nancy Burkhart pleaded guilty Monday to one perjury count.

Burkhart admitted giving false testimony to the grand jury in 2006 during a federal and state investigation of billings submitted by the firm to the state Public Defenders Service. Burkhart testified that she didn't know anything about a missing computer server, which she had helped a lawyer remove from the office.

Local law firm welcomes two new additions

  Law Firm News  -   POSTED: 2010/12/03 10:23

The law firm of Cunningham, Mitchell & Rocconi welcomes two attorneys, Elizabeth "Sissy" Rankin and Roman Hankins.

Rankin returns to the firm after serving as a General Sessions and Juvenile Court judge in Montgomery County.
Hankins returns to his hometown after graduating from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville with a bachelor of business administration degree and a doctor of jurisprudence.

"We are very honored to have both Sissy and Roman join us," said Jack Mitchell, senior partner of the firm, in a news release. "Sissy's experience as a judge brings additional value to the litigation practices of our firm, and we are excited about Roman's potential after graduating UT with honors."

Larry Rocconi, another partner of the firm, sees additional opportunities for growth with the new hires. "We have been very fortunate in this economy to have an active practice and loyal clients. By getting Sissy back and bringing Roman on board, we can continue to provide existing and new clients with a high level of service in a timely fashion."

Rankin and Hankins said they share in the enthusiasm at Cunningham, Mitchell & Rocconi. "When my term as General Sessions judge ended, I knew that I wanted to come back to a strong law firm with a great reputation, both among lawyers and the community as a whole. I'm proud to be back with these gentlemen."

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