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Fort Bend/Katy Business Journal - The Business Lifestyle Magazine
Fort Bend's Own Legal Powerhouse: A lot can happen in a year…for the Fort Bend law firm of Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC (RMWBH) that certainly holds true. In just one year, RMWBH has brought together two well established Texas law firms, both with a strong presence in Fort Bend County. RMWBH has further bolstered its commitment to better serve Fort Bend County residents with the addition of Himesh Gandhi, a long time resident and community leader of Fort Bend County.
Released: May 2014

Law Firm Merger Creates Texas Legal Powerhouse - Union joins two veteran law firms, giving rise to premier Texas law practice
On Jan. 1, 2014, Roberts Markel Weinberg P.C. and Butler l Hailey will merge bringing together two well established Texas practices. The combined entity, which will operate as Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC (RMWBH), will have offices in Houston, Sugar Land, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas.
Released: December 9, 2013

Roberts Markel Weinberg PC attorney, Frank O. Carroll III, mentioned in Texas Bar Journal, November 2013 - Vol. 76, No. 10
Frank O. Carroll III is the founder and editor-in-chief of texasppblog.com, an appellate law website for non-appellate attorneys.
Released: November 2013

Houston Business Journal - Roberts Markel Weinberg PC Selected For "2013 Best Places To Work"
HBJ's 2013 Best Places to Work list ranks companies in four categories: Companies With 10 to 100 Employees; Companies With 101 to 500 Employees; Companies with 500 or More Employees; Companies With a Significant Presence in Houston...
Released: September 2013

National Association for Business Resources - Houston's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For
Roberts Markel Weinberg PC was chosen as one of Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. The National Association for Business Resources (NABR) chose companies that excel at employee relations, use innovation to motivate employees and implement creative compensation programs. This year’s winners practice innovative strategies and represent best practices in industries as diverse as energy, medical, financial services and nonprofit.
Released: September 2013

4th Annual "Spelling Bee" supporting the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County
Thirteen teams of three adults stung, buzzed, and spelled-again at the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County's 4th Annual Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee. Roberts Markel Weinberg PC is a proud annual sponsor and participant of the spelling bee.
Released: September 2013

Houston Business Journal - Roberts Markel Weinberg PC Selected For "2012 Best Places To Work"
HBJ's 2012 Best Places to Work list ranks companies in four categories: Companies With 10 to 100 Employees; Companies With 101 to 500 Employees; Companies with 500 or More Employees; Companies With a Significant Presence in Houston...
Released: October 2012

3rd Annual "Spelling Bee" supporting the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County
The Literacy Council of Fort Bend held its 3rd annual Great Grown Up Spelling Bee on August 24, 2012…The Bee-lible Hours sponsored by Roberts Markel Weinberg, PC with Frank Carroll, Dustin Fessler and Justin Markel were the runner up team and the most spirited having also earned the name “the guys with the ties.”
Released: August 2012

Fort Bend/Katy Business Journal - The Business Lifestyle Magazine
The law firm of Roberts Markel is celebrating its 30th anniversary. As the firm reaches this milestone, the Fort Bend/Katy Business Journal sat down with Jeff Roberts and Marc Markel to discuss why their firm has been successful in the past and their vision for the future...
Released: November 2011

2nd Annual "Spelling Bee" supporting the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County
The Literacy Council of Fort Bend County is proud to present the 2nd Annual Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee. The event was held on August 26, 2011 at the University of Houston-Sugar Land. The Bee is a unique event where teams of three adults compete against other local competitors to win the title as the “Best Grown-Up Spellers in the County”...
Released: July 2011