Panelist Profile: Rogers, Frederick (Rick) F

Frederick F Rogers

Rogers, Frederick (Rick) F

Corpus Christi, TX

Attorney; Mediator; Arbitrator

Birthdate: 1943
Marital Status: married
Children: 3


Texas Tech University 1966, BBA (Finance); Baylor Law School 1968 (LLB)</p>Admitted to Practice: Supreme Court of Texas, U.S. District Courts for Southern, Western, & Northern Districts of Texas, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Supreme Court


Rick is a Senior Sharholder wtih Porter, Rogers, Dahlman & Gordon, P.C. and works in the firm's Corpus Christi office. He has a diverse practice involving litigation, transactional and business related matters. He is a certified mediator and an experienced litigator in both the Sate and Federal courts. His litigation experience includes a broad range of cases involving death, serious injury and property damage arising from tort, product liability, medical malpractice, architect and contractor liability, marital property rights and oil and gas related claims. His litigation experience also extends to commercial related torts, estate litigation, deceptive trade practice claims, professional liability and construction disputes. Rick is active in representing clients in the purchase and sale of businesses, in advising on real estate and construction related matters, as well as the general operations of client's business. His geographic practice area generally covers San Antonio, Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande Valley. His life experiences, including his relationship with his long time friend and golf teacher, Harvey Penick, provide him a unique insight to working with his clients.

Area of Specialization

Commercial and Business Litigation, Products Liability, Personal Injury Litigation, Construction, related disputes, Real Estate, Litigation and Transactional matters.

Membership & Affiliations

Member State Bar of Texas; Fellow State Bar of Texas; Member of the Litigation, Business Law, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas; Member of Texas Association of Defense Counsel (Trial Academy Instructor 2008); Corpus Christi Bar Association 1999-2001 Director; Speaker at various CLE programs and seminars.  Papers written include VOIR DIRE presented at the Corpus Christi Advanced Civil Trial Law Seminar, 1999; SELECTIVE ISSUES IN COMMERCIAL LITIGATION presented at the TADC Commercial Litigation Seminar in Fort Worth, Texas, 1999; CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION AND THE CONCEPT OF DUTY presented at the TADC Fall Meeting, 1999; and A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING OIL FIELD LITIGATION FROM THE EYES OF THE INSURER presented to MidContinent Insurance Group, Houston, Texas, 2000; Member Defense Research Institute; Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal


AV peer review rated by Martindale Hubbell


Arbitration: $2000.00 per day for hearings, and $300.00 per hour for pre-hearing matters, study and review time, and preperation of Arbitrator's Award; Two Party Mediations: $1250.00 per day per party, $450.00 per half day per party; Cancellation Policy; a one day cacellation fee of $100..00 shall be charged for arbitration hearings cancelled within three (3) business days of the scheduled hearing date.

Hobbies & Interests

Golf, hunting and travel

Frederick (Rick) Rogers 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.