Ralph Molina brings Texas AG experience to Rose Law war chest
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Rose Law Group has added a former Special Counsel from the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Ralph Molina, to its burgeoning litigation department.
Mr. Molina is a civil litigator who has worked on a variety of issues including employment litigation, criminal and civil investigations, charitable trusts enforcement, and ethical misconduct claims, amid a litany of other capabilities part of his bailiwick.
A Yale University graduate, Mr. Molina and his JD at the University of Texas School of Law.
Prior to coming to Rose Law Group, Mr. Molina worked for the Texas Attorney General’s Office. After representing Texas in the OAG’s special litigation unit and general litigation division, Mr. Molina was promoted to serve on the agency’s executive team as special counsel to the first assistant attorney general. In that role, Mr. Molina helped lead an agency with over 4,000 employees and 800 lawyers.
His Texas-sized resume will be put to use in Rose Law Group’s Litigation Department, which provides businesses with sound solutions when litigation occurs.
“Ralph’s diverse skill set is a perfect fit for our Litigation Department which is often tasked with handling wide ranging areas of practice,” said Rose Law Group President and founder Jordan Rose.
“Rose Law Group’s ability to handle varied and distinct legal challenges makes it uniquely suited to getting its clients the outcomes they deserve,” said Mr. Molina.