Dallas law firm adds J. Robert Arnett II and Jamil N. Alibhai
DALLAS – LAWFUEL – Press Release Service – The Dallas-based technology boutique of Munck Butrus, P.C., has added two more lawyers to its litigation team. New shareholders J. Robert
Arnett II and Jamil N. Alibhai bring broad experience and impressive
credentials to the firm.
“We’re extremely pleased to welcome these fine, seasoned attorneys to Munck Butrus,” says Bill Munck, chairman of the firm’s board of directors. “Their skills in the courtroom and in all facets of the law will be invaluable to us.”
Mr. Arnett has more than 20 years of experience in all aspects of civil
litigation at trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts. He
has represented businesses in the hospitality, real estate, construction,
telecommunications and entertainment industries. Mr. Arnett also has
extensive expertise in bankruptcy cases, and provides legal counsel to all
types of clients, from individuals to publicly-traded Fortune 500T
Previously, Mr. Arnett was a founding partner of Dallas-based Arnett
Gaubert, LLP. He served as law clerk to the Honorable Martin Pence, Senior
U.S. District Judge for the District of Hawaii. Mr. Arnett earned his law
degree from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, where
he was a member of Order of the Coif, and recipient of several American
Jurisprudence awards. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Rice University
in Houston, and is a former Marine Corps officer.
Mr. Alibhai is skilled in all facets of complex commercial litigation and
appeals in state and federal courts across the country. He has aided many
clients in litigation matters involving corporate and partnership disputes,
as well as matters involving securities, taxes, lending, construction,
insurance, bankruptcy and intellectual property.
Mr. Alibhai earned his law degree from the Southern Methodist University
School of Law, where he was a William F. Hutchison Merit Scholar and
graduated as a member of the Order of the Barristers. He also earned
American Jurisprudence awards in Evidence and Trial Advocacy. Mr. Alibhai
taught Trial Advocacy as an adjunct professor at the SMU law school. He
holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the New
York University College of Arts and Science. Prior to joining Munck Butrus,
Mr. Alibhai was a partner of Arnett Gaubert, LLP.
“Jamil and Robert are top-notch litigators with outstanding credentials, an
impressive trial record and strong client relationships.” says John J.
Butrus, Jr., chairman of the firm’s litigation section. “Everyone at the
firm looks forward to working with them to provide an ever-expanding
spectrum of litigation services to our clients.”
Munck Butrus, P.C., formed in 1996, has carved out a practice devoted to
trials, transactions and technology. The firm offers full-service counsel
in the areas of commercial litigation, intellectual property management and
protection, corporate transactions and securities and employment. Munck
Butrus represents clients from start-ups to Fortune 500T companies and has
offices in Dallas and Charlotte, N.C.