Executive Change: Linebarger Goggan Welcomes Experienced New Partner to its Fort Worth Office

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FORT WORTH, Texas– Charles Brady, a 9-year partner at the law firm of Perdue, Brandon, Collins & Mott, has joined Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP as a partner.

“We’re excited to welcome Charles aboard,” said Steve Meeks, Managing Partner of the Linebarger Goggan Fort Worth Office. “We’ve been competing against him for years and have come to respect his professionalism, ethics, and character. We’re honored that he’s chosen to join us.”

“I’m eager to get to work for Linebarger Goggan’s many clients,” Brady said. “I’ve known the Linebarger team  for years and it’s a thrill to now be able to call them partners as well as friends.”

Brady is a 2000 graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received a BA in Political Science. He graduated from the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2004. Prior to joining his previous firm, Brady served as an Assistant Johnson County Attorney.

Like most of his new colleagues at Linebarger Goggan, Brady is very active in the community he serves. He’s worked as a Teen Court Judge in the City of Arlington, served on Arlington’s Zoning Board of Adjustment, chaired the Government and Legislative Affairs Section of the Mansfield Area Chamber of Commerce, and much more.

About Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP

Linebarger Goggan is a national law firm whose practice is dedicated to the collection of delinquent accounts receivable for governmental entities.  After more than 40 years, our firm is proud to represent more than 2,300 state and local governments throughout the country.  The revenue recovered by Linebarger Goggan helps support essential public services. To learn more about our law firm, please visit us at www.lgbs.com.

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