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Friedman, Suder & Cooke

Our Practice Areas

FSC merges decades of litigation experience with a boutique practice philosophy, offering unparalleled guidance and aggressive representation across key legal arenas.

Patent Litigation

Protecting your inventions and intellectual assets with robust patent and IP services.

Complex Business and Commercial Litigation

Experienced in tackling complex business disputes to safeguard your commercial interests.

Probate, Trust, and Estate Litigation

Providing trusted counsel in probate, trust, and estate disputes to protect your legacy.

Local Counsel Services in Texas Federal Court

Offering specialized local counsel services for patent litigation in Northern and Western Texas districts.

Oil and Gas Litigation

Expertly navigating disputes in the oil and gas sector to safeguard your energy investments.

Sports Law

Representing athletes, teams, and related entities to defend their rights and interests in the sports industry.

Comprehensive Expertise in Complex Litigation

FSC was founded by experienced litigators who saw the value of a concentrated boutique practice that would advise and guide clients through every facet of the litigation process, whether that meant anticipating and avoiding a lawsuit, or aggressively protecting and advancing our clients’ legal rights in court.

FSC’s founders all had years of experience dealing with complex civil litigation—primarily in the business, commercial, oil and gas, and trust and estate context—and we have largely kept that core focus. Beginning in the 1990s, we became established in and continue to expand our practice of patent and intellectual-property litigation.

Because we have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in various matters, we understand the strategies and tactics unique to both sides of a lawsuit. We are also poised to look at the bigger picture, having close working relationships with experts in their fields for those times when pursuing or defending a lawsuit involves considerations beyond a pure legal dispute in the courthouse.