IN BUSINESS


Brown Brown Doing business as...

Business filings in the Milam County Courthouse over the past two weeks included the following:

Assumed Names

Sean Prestridge dba Top Notch Restoration Custom Body Shop (v. 1,221, p. 1).

Epifanio Arvizu aka Epifanio Arvizu Martinez dba Arvizus Fencing Repair & Construction (v. 1,221, p. 17).

Salina M. Grayson dba D.R. Records (v. 1,221, p. 571).

Lauren Weldon dba Lauren Weldon Organized Interiors (v. 1,221, p. 837).

Rhosonda Scott dba S&M Fashion & Beauty (v. 1,222, p. 21).

Local attorney named elite ‘Super Lawyer’

CAMERON— Craig Brown, an attorney with Cappolino|Dodd| Krebs LLP, has been selected to the 2014 Texas Rising Stars list of Super Lawyers, which will be published in the April edition of Texas Monthly and in Super Lawyers: The Rising Stars Edition.

“It was really a surprise to me,” he said. “I am grateful to have been selected by my peers around the state for this honor.”

Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. This is the third time Brown was selected to be a Super Lawyer s Rising Star. He was first selected for the 2007 and 2008 lists.

Brown’s work focuses on cases involving issues of public safety, particularly 18-wheeler wrecks, mesothelioma cases, industrial accidents and defective consumer and medical products. He has more than 12 years of statewide civil litigation experience, including significant trial experience and successful first-chair verdicts.

He earned his law degree from the Baylor University School of Law, where he was selected to serve as one of only two faculty assistants in the renowned Practice Court program. He is also a graduate of the exclusive Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer College in Wyoming.

Brown is active in the Cameron Chamber of Commerce and with the Cameron Lions Club. He lives with his wife, a veterinarian, and three children on a farm near Buckholts.


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