|By PR Newswire||
|November 8, 2012 07:51 PM EST||
DALLAS, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dallas, TX – The Dallas employment law firm Clouse Dunn LLP recently announced the launch of an updated website dedicated to providing convenient access to information about business and employment law matters. The firm developed the site http://www.cdklawyers.com/ for individuals and businesses seeking legal counsel for employment law or commercial litigation matters.
Features of the Updated Website
Labor and Employment--Employer
Business and Commercial Litigation
Complex Insurance Matters
Labor and Employment--Employee
Executive Employment and Severance Agreements
Fiduciary Duty Claims
Significant Personal Injury
and attorneys by taking advantage of the website's easy-to-use navigational tools.
Website visitors can download vCards for the firm's attorneys and submit online requests to be contacted by the firm.
Aggressive Litigators, Innovative Counselors—About Clouse Dunn LLP
Clouse Dunn LLP was formed by experienced Dallas trial lawyers as an employment law and commercial litigation boutique. It has built a reputation for aggressive litigation and innovative counseling techniques. Learn more about the firm by visiting http://www.CDKLawyers.com
Media Contact: Kathryn Kraft Clouse Dunn LLP, 214.239.2708, firstname.lastname@example.org
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