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Francisco Guerra IV

Mark A. J. Fassold was born in Rantoul, Illinois. Upon graduating from H. M. King High School, Kingsville, Texas, Mark enlisted into the Texas Army National Guard and later attended Officer Candidate School graduating first in his class as Distinguish Honor Graduate. In 1994 (as the first of his immediate and extended family to attend college), Mark earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Texas A&I University with a perfect 4.0 grade point average earning a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship to attend Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. In 1996, he earned a Master in Public Policy degree and a scholarship to attend Harvard Law School. In 1999, Mr. Fassold obtained his Juris Doctoris degree from Harvard Law School. During his five years at Harvard, Mr. Fassold qualified and served as a “statistical expert witness” whose expert opinion was adopted by the court in G.I. Forum v. Texas Education Agency, 87 F.Supp.2d 667 (W.D. Tex. 2000) over the opinions of professors from the University of Texas and the University of Michigan. In that case, Mr. Fassold performed regression analysis establishing that Texas’ high school graduation exam had a disparate impact on ethnic minorities controlling for factors such as socioeconomic status, school quality, curriculum and numerous other factors. Upon graduation, from 1999 to 2001, Mr. Fassold served as a Briefing Attorney to the Honorable Hayden W. Head, Jr., United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas. While a Briefing Attorney, he was given permission to represent, pro bono, a family member who had been sued for negligence. During the trial of that case, his first, Mark obtained a unanimous verdict of no liability in favor of his client in what had been previously described by several attorneys as a sure loss for Mark’s client. Since 2001, Mr. Fassold worked with the same group of attorneys first at Jenkens & Gilchrist and then Jackson Walker. In February 2008, Mark made partner at Jackson Walker. During his time at these firms, he prosecuted and/or defended hundreds of cases in the areas of complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation, and product liability litigation. As lead attorney, Mr. Fassold has tried and won jury verdicts in state and federal courts. Mark has a national practice and has represented clients before specialized courts such as those at the United States International Trade Commission.   Mark is married to Angela Christina Fassold. Mark and Angie have a son Anthony and a daughter Mia.
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Francisco Guerra IV

Andrew Kerr has been licensed for 45 years and attended University of Texas School of Law. This attorney works in San Antonio, TX and handles cases in Environmental and Natural Resources, Appeals, Litigation.
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Francisco Guerra IV

300 Convent St, San Antonio
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Frank Guerra, IV. is a capital partner in Watts Guerra LLP and has served as the managing partner of the San Antonio office since 2001. Frank received his B.A. from Texas A&M University in 1992 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law in 1996. While at the University of Texas, he served as Intern to the Honorable Justice John Cornyn, Supreme Court of Texas, in 1995, and Intern/Research Assistant to the late Charles Alan Wright. He was also an officer on the Board of Advocates and was a member of the ATLA Mock Trial Regional Champion, State Finalist, and National Quarter Finalist Teams in 1995 and 1996. He was subsequently inducted as a National Member of The Order of Barristers. After graduating from law school, he joined the law firm of Allen, Stein, Powers, Durbin & Hunnicutt, where he practiced insurance defense and civil litigation law. He managed the Rio Grande Valley Office of Allen, Stein & Durbin from 1999 to 2001. Frank joined the San Antonio office of the predecessor firm of Watts Guerra Craft in 2001. He also served on the Malpractice, Premises & Products Pattern Jury Charge Committee for the State Bar of Texas. He was co-counsel with Mikal Watts in Garza vs. Holiday Inn, Castro vs. Ford, Garcia vs. Ford, English vs. Bay, Ltd, Rincon vs. Shell, and Strange vs. Penhall in which the jury rendered significant verdicts. Frank is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law. He was chosen as a Texas Super Lawyer in 2003, 2006-2013, and as a Texas Rising Star in 2004. He was also chosen as one of the Best Lawyers in San Antonio in 2005-2013. Frank is fluent in written and spoken Spanish.
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Francisco Guerra IV

Frank Guerra, IV. is a capital partner in Watts Guerra LLP and has served as the managing partner of the San Antonio office since 2001. Frank received his B.A. from Texas A&M University in 1992 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law in 1996. While at the University of Texas, he served as Intern to the Honorable Justice John Cornyn, Supreme Court of Texas, in 1995, and Intern/Research Assistant to the late Charles Alan Wright. He was also an officer on the Board of Advocates and was a member of the ATLA Mock Trial Regional Champion, State Finalist, and National Quarter Finalist Teams in 1995 and 1996. He was subsequently inducted as a National Member of The Order of Barristers. After graduating from law school, he joined the law firm of Allen, Stein, Powers, Durbin & Hunnicutt, where he practiced insurance defense and civil litigation law. He managed the Rio Grande Valley Office of Allen, Stein & Durbin from 1999 to 2001. Frank joined the San Antonio office of the predecessor firm of Watts Guerra Craft in 2001. He also served on the Malpractice, Premises & Products Pattern Jury Charge Committee for the State Bar of Texas. He was co-counsel with Mikal Watts in Garza vs. Holiday Inn, Castro vs. Ford, Garcia vs. Ford, English vs. Bay, Ltd, Rincon vs. Shell, and Strange vs. Penhall in which the jury rendered significant verdicts. Frank is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law. He was chosen as a Texas Super Lawyer in 2003, 2006-2013, and as a Texas Rising Star in 2004. He was also chosen as one of the Best Lawyers in San Antonio in 2005-2013. Frank is fluent in written and spoken Spanish.
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