Experienced Trial Attorney Lawyer Joins Renamed Fishman Jackson Ronquillo in Dallas
Marcos G. Ronquillo brings three attorneys, three paralegals in move to new firm
DALLAS – Accomplished business law and trial attorney Marcos G. Ronquillo has joined Fishman Jackson, PLLC, as a name partner in the newly renamed Fishman Jackson Ronquillo, PLLC, in Dallas.
Attorneys Jose L. Gonzalez and Teresa Guerra Snelson are joining Mr. Ronquillo at the new firm along with paralegals Rachel Rangel, Dora Clark and Audrea Moore.
“Jose and I take pride in the accomplishments of our trial teams over a span of three decades,” says Mr. Ronquillo. “Along with Teresa, we look forward to complementing the real estate and transactional practices at the firm. I also look forward to continuing my diverse law practice, community engagement and having my name on the door again.”
Mr. Ronquillo has more than 30 years of experience representing governmental agencies and businesses, including the Dallas Independent School District, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and Fortune 500 companies in high-profile controversies focusing on public policy and social issues. He is a former name partner with Dallas legal icons Adelfa B. Callejo and Donald E. Godwin.
Regularly recognized by his legal peers, Mr. Ronquillo is the recipient of numerous professional honors. Latino Leaders magazine recently named him one of the “25 Most Influential Hispanic Lawyers” in the country. He also has been awarded a Presidential Citation by the State Bar of Texas and received the Outstanding Lawyer of the Year Award from the Texas Mexican Bar Association.
Mr. Ronquillo is the former president of the Dallas Mexican American Bar Association, now known as the Dallas Hispanic Bar Association, and former chairman of the Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
“We are excited to have Marcos and his team join our firm to complement and expand our legal services to our clients in litigation, real estate and public-private partnerships,” says Fishman Jackson Ronquillo founding partner Edward Fishman.