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Serving Arlington's Community with Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, and Litigation Issues

By Courtney Clark

Norred Law is helping Arlington navigate through patents, litigation, and bankruptcy. With experience crossing at least fifty countries, this law firm prioritizes its clients and the Tarrant County community it serves, resulting in a firm unlike any other.

Norred Law uses the expertise of three attorneys: Owner and Managing Attorney Warren Norred; Attorney of Counsel Orsen E. Paxton, III; and Attorney Chad Lampe. Mr. Norred began his career as a professional engineer, and only later studied law at the Texas A&M University School of Law.

With experience as the president of the local Federalist Society and studying under Justice Antonin Scalia, clients will be in good hands with his practices in Intellectual Property, Business, Bankruptcy, and Litigation. Orsen Paxton has been practicing law for forty years and taught Business Law at the University of Texas at Arlington, and a previous president of the Arlington Bar Association. Chad Lampe graduated Summa Cum Laude after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years and has been with Norred Law since 2013.

According to the website, Norred Law's vision includes providing quality work at reasonable prices and expectations, establishing long-term relationships with clients, and to participate in legal processes that "defend the common liberties which citizens of this country have traditionally enjoyed." To serve the Arlington community, Norred aims to be involved with what is considered "white hat" law. When a white hat case is resolved, it will have an impact on society when it hasn't been addressed by other legal means. White hat cases Norred has undertaken include those concerning red light cameras and a local dairy farmer who sells milk.

With the bad reputation that attorneys often receive, the positive reviews on Norred Law are refreshing. Reviewers have not only praised the firm's hard work and proficiency with such comments as "godsend" and "I was lucky to have found [Mr. Norred]", but also the way in which the attorneys interact with clients. One previous client claims the firm made him "feel like family," while another describes the attorneys as "ethical and moral." With great reviews on Google, the firm is certainly turning heads in a good way.

Norred Law is great to have on Arlington's side. In addition to business, litigation, and patents, the website goes on to list their practice areas as immigration, probate, and more. With enormous capability, the client-centered firm brings "the experience of a business owner, entrepreneur, employer, and community leader", and, as previous clients will say, the familiarity of a friend.

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