Panelist Profile: DuBois, Esq., Allan K

Allan K DuBois

DuBois, Esq., Allan K

San Antonio, TX

Attorney; Mediator; Arbitrator

Birthdate: 1945
Marital Status: Married
Children: 4

Education

University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 1970; Member Phi Delta Phi, The Order of Barristers, Consul.; Distinguished Military Graduate, Commissioned 1967; University of Texas, B.A. English, 1967.

Experience

U.S. Army Judge Advocate Generals Corps, Cpt., 1970-1974; Defense Appellate Division U.S. Army Judiciary, Washington, D.C.; Lang, Ladon, Green, Coghlan & Fisher, P.C., Associate and Partner, 1974-1999; Green & DuBois, P.C. 1999-2006; Experience, Civil Trial; Regionally; San Antonio and South/Central Texas; state and federal experience includes approximately 120 civil jury trials, handling cases involving medical and hospital, business and commercial, stock brokerage, public transportation and trucking liability; construction, civil rights, employment, contracts, consumer (DTPA), product, drug and medical device, real estate and title insurance, personal injury and family law. Representation of clients in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Military; and various Texas Appeals Courts; also MDL (mass tort, pharmaceutical, medical device and product litigation).; Alternative Dispute Resolution Experience: Completed 40 hours Basic Mediation Training, as provided for in the Texas Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures Act. (Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code §154.052) at the University of Houston Law Center Blakely Advocacy Institute. Past service: Western District of Texas’ volunteer attorney arbitration panel for non-binding ADR (mini-trials); currently on its approved registry of mediators. In 2007, appointed as hearing officer for Transportation Division licensure appeals. Completed Arbitrator training for Conflict Solutions of Texas (2007); Volunteer for Bexar County Alternative Dispute Resolution Center. Previously, as an advocate for parties in mediation in all fields of practice, at hundreds of successful mediations, and occasional voluntary or mandated arbitration.

Area of Specialization

General Civil Litigation involving medical and hospital, business and comercial, stock brokerage, public transportation and trucking liability; construction, civil rights, employment, contracts, consumer (DPTA), product, drug and medical device, real estate and title insurance, personal injury, tort and family law.

Membership & Affiliations

President, San Antonio Bar Association, 2007-2008; American Bar Association, Ethics Commission, 1998-2004; Federal Bar Association; Chair, State Bar of Texas Lawyers Assistance Committee, 2006-2007; District 10 Grievance Committee, Professional Enhancement Panel, 1996-2004; Past Regional Vice President, Texas Association of Defense Counsel, 2006-2007; Past Area Chair, Defense Research Institute; President, Defense Counsel of San Antonio, 1997-1998; Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation; Fellow and Trustee, San Antonio Bar Foundation; International Association of Defense Counsel; Community Justice Program (pro bono legal services to the poor).

Rates

Two Party Arbitrations/Mediations: $175/Hour Per Party; All Other Arbitrations/Mediations: $150/Hour Per Party; Reduced Fee Arbitrations/Mediations: $75-$100/Hour Per Party Regardless of Number of Parties.

Allan DuBois, Esq. is an experienced panelist for Conflict Solutions of Texas, the state's premier roster of attorney mediators and arbitrators. CS of TX offers a broad range of services to resolve disputes and are designed to be more cost-effective and timely than conventional arbitration offerings.