“This law firm is unique. From the day we assign them a case, they begin preparing the matter for trial with solid groundwork and broadminded strategies. They have achieved favorable results for our organization in every instance, and you will not find a finer litigator than Jim Grau.”
We are experienced litigators. We have an exemplary record of success in complex, high-value cases. We try important cases and brief and argue major appellate issues. We solve problems. We know what it takes to win when the stakes are high. Most importantly, we are committed to professional excellence in every phase of our representation.
"The attorneys and staff of Grau Law Group work as an interdisciplinary team. We take the best aspects from a wide range of talents to most benefit those we represent."
“Our job is to solve problems. That may involve going to court, reaching a settlement, or taking a more patient approach. All of these strategies can resolve a dispute on terms favorable to the client.”
"At Grau Law Group, hard work and an incredibly high ethical standard are equally important and really do inspire us in the practice of law."
“What sets us apart from the crowd is our commitment to the highest personal and professional standards in service to our clients.”
Trial lawyer Jim Grau has been named one of a very select group of Dallas attorneys on the list of best attorneys by D Magazine for 2016. This follows his selection to the Texas Super Lawyers list each year since 2003, the national Super Lawyers Business Edition since 2010 and the Best Lawyers in Dallas in 2015.
Our approach to the practice of law is easily stated: we are devoted to the highest standards of professional excellence in every phase of representation. We enjoy a reputation among our peers as credible and formidable adversaries who practice with honor, with intelligence, and with resolve.
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