Unique Approach
Civil Litigation Attorneys and Trial Lawyers

Serving Texas, Louisiana, and the Gulf Coast Region

Since 1997, Killeen and Stern has provided both plaintiffs and defendants with creative legal solutions. Actively working with various types of clients gives the attorneys at Killeen and Stern flexibility and perspective unmatched by rival firms. Our emphasis on attorney-client relationships often leads us to employ methods that are not being used by many other firms methods that streamline our approach.

We have developed highly effective and cost efficient litigation processes. We treat both our hourly clients and contingent fee cases with the same diligence and respect.  After thirteen years, we’ve developed a keen insight on what’s important when it comes to winning court cases and what’s not. We believe that a successful attorney-client relationship is built on trust and integrity. We don’t do things like everybody else…and that’s exactly what sets us apart.

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Meet Our Lawyers

Robert J. Killeen, Jr.

Mr. Killeen primarily focuses his practice on litigation. He has had extensive experience in the maritime field, representing vessel owners and underwriters on vessel collisions, cargo losses, personal injury defense, charter disputes and insurance matters.


Robert C. Stern

Mr. Stern divides his practice between civil and criminal defense. On the civil side he concentrates his practice on maritime and general casualty defense with emphasis on Risk Management as well.


Ranny Sawaf


G. Scott Williams

Mr. Williams is active in the legal community and is a member of the State Bar of Texas. He has numerous co-authored C.L.E. articles on Texas receivership law as applied to family law cases.


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