Providing Legal Services Since 1980

Our lawyers have focused on complex litigation for over 35 years and have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of the firm’s clients. We are also members of a number of legal communities and have served as international consultants for class action cases abroad.

At Emerson Scott, LLP we focus on cases involving complex litigation that need experienced attorneys and paralegals. We are focused on commercial litigation, including violations of antitrust laws, consumer protection laws, federal and state securities laws, Federal Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and state labor laws, and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). We aggressively litigate cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, nursing home (neglect, injury, or death), trucking accidents, oil field accidents, products liability, medical device, drug medical malpractice, professional negligence, and criminal defense.

Over the last 17 years, we have upheld the highest ethical standards to receive the AV Preeminent award from Martindale-Hubbell lawyer ratings. We have also received the Top 100 Trial Lawyers award in 2013 and 2014 by The National Trial Lawyers.

Top 100 Trial Lawyers
AV Preeminent
American Association for Justice Member
American Bar Members
Texas Trial Lawyers
Arkansas Bar Association
Texas Bar Association
Washington State Bar
Houston Bar Foundation
Texas Bar Foundation
Pound Civil Justice Institute
medical Negligence Information Exchange Group Member
CFA Institute

The 1887 Rozelle-Murphy House

One of Little Rock’s leading ladies, the Rozelle-Murphy House is nestled in the heart of the historic Quapaw District. Serving as the Little Rock offices of Emerson Scott, LLP, the home is a feature of many historic tours of Little Rock and is a Registered Historic National Landmark.

Built in 1887 and originally constructed in the Queen Anne style by George Rozelle, the home has undergone a number of face lifts in both the Colonial Revival and Craftsman styles. The house served as Arkansas Attorney General George Murphy’s home from 1901 to 1905.

The home is deeded to the State of Arkansas under a conservation easement and has been on the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program’s public tours. Next door is the Villa Marre, well known for being featured on the television show, Designing Women.

Watch a tour of the Rozelle-Murphy Home here.

Rozell Murphy House in Little Rock, Built in 1887

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