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Ranked one of the best law firms in Texas by U.S. News & World Report

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Robert C. Lyon, Bob Gorsky, Mark Gilbert and David Watsky have been named as Texas Super Lawyers by their peers, as published in Texas Monthly Magazine!

Lyon, Gorsky & Gilbert, L.L.P. has been named by U.S. News & World Report in its list of Best Law Firms 2015 for three areas: “labor law: union; employment law: individuals; and litigation: labor & employment law”

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Following an appeal hearing with an assistant city manager, a Dallas Fire-Rescue supervisor’s discipline was reduced. John Snider represented the firefighter, who was supported by Dallas Firefighters Association-Local 58. ... See MoreSee Less

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LGG partner Bob Gorsky had the pleasure of speaking to a class of SMU law students Wednesday regarding the representation of police officers. Lots of good questions. Most of the discussion was about officer involved shootings. Bob is a 1978 graduate of the law school. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Monday a Dallas County grand jury cleared our client, an Irving police officer, regarding an officer involved shooting in February 2017. LGG attorneys Bob Gorsky and Robert Rogers represented the officer throughout the process, with the support of the Texas Municipal Police Association. ... See MoreSee Less

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This week, a Tarrant County grand jury reviewed a Watauga police officer’s OIS and issued a no-bill clearing the officer. John Snider and Robert Rogers represented the officer with legal representation provided by TMPA. ... See MoreSee Less

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Late last month a Collin County grand jury cleared a Plano police officer in the officer's shooting of a man who killed eight people at a Plano home last September. The officer was represented by LGG attorney Robert Rogers with the support of the Texas Municipal Police Association. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are pleased to report some great outcomes for our clients over the last few weeks. One of our clients, a local police officer was no-billed in an October 2016 officer involved shooting in Dallas County. Another client from a Tarrant County agency had a lengthy suspension reduced following an an appeal to the chief. And another client, a jailer from a Collin County agency, had his termination overturned on appeal. These clients were represented by Zach Horn and supported by TMPA. ... See MoreSee Less

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On March 6, 2013 LGGL attorneys, in conjunction with the Texas Municipal Police Association, presented this critical incident class in Allen, Texas to local law enforcement officers.