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Baron & Budd Attorney Charla Aldous Profiled in "The National Law Journal"

Annual feature Profiles 10 Attorneys with Large Trial Wins, Successful Track Records
 
Charla G. Aldous, an attorney with the Dallas-based firm Baron & Budd. P.C., was profiled in this weeks issue of "The National Law Journal." The annual feature entitled Winning recognizes ten accomplished litigators with significant recent trial victories and track records of success over many years.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 23, 2005 -- Charla G. Aldous, an attorney with the Dallas-based firm Baron & Budd. P.C., was profiled in this weeks issue of "The National Law Journal." The annual feature entitled Winning recognizes ten accomplished litigators with significant recent trial victories and track records of success over many years.

Ms. Aldous won a $366 million jury award in 2004 in a breach of contract case on behalf of a cardiologist whose hospital rights were wrongly suspended and a $9.3 million jury award in March 2005 for the death of a man who developed malignant mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos fibers as a child. She also has a track record of more than $675 million in awards and settlements over the past five years. The article also noted Ms. Aldous $268 million medical malpractice jury verdict won in 2000 one of the nations largest that year for a cerebral palsy patient who died after receiving too high a dose of a post-operative medication. Ms. Aldous, who recently joined Baron & Budd as Special Counsel, was previously a principal in the Dallas firm Aldous & McDougal.

"The National Law Journal" article calls Ms. Aldous a tough-talkin Texan who values passion. In one case, her opponents told her that they would rather run into a pit bull with AIDS than deal with her again. I can get pretty feisty, she says in the article. And people have told me Im too passionate. My response is this: When I am no longer passionate and no longer emotionally involved, I need to find something else to do.

 

 
 




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