James Allen Roach
Licensed to practice law in Texas for almost fifteen years, Allen has focused on civil litigation representing Fortune 500 corporations, licensed professionals, small business owners, professional liability insurers, land owners and many others. The advice he provides has helped clients navigate cases involving premises liability, defective product, professional negligence and licensing, business formation, contract disputes, construction and family law. Though Allen has helped many clients resolve their cases before trial, he has successfully tried cases throughout Texas.
Education and Professional Background:
Texas Tech University School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2002
Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Arts, 1999
Admitted to practice in all Texas Courts 2002
Admitted to practice in all Arkansas Courts 2008
Admitted to practice in all Louisiana Courts 2006 - 2013
United States District Court: Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas
Developing a national product training program to protect a manufacturer of industrial machinery in mass-tort litigation.
Winning summary judgment in design defect cases by demonstrating post-manufacture control of product by chemical process licensor.
Successfully defending medical professionals in professional negligence claims.
Helping land owners and land agents to negotiate mineral and surface agreements.
Professional Activities and Recognition
Recognized as a “Texas Rising Star” by the Texas Lawyer Magazine
Member: State Bar of Texas, State Bar of Arkansas