Foster & Foster, PLLC is an award winning law firm with a tremendous amount of experience handling high stakes lawsuits, like the JUUL cases. The partners are Stephen Foster and Ashley Foster who are both former prosecutors that have successfully handled Multi-District Litigation like the JUUL cases before.
Foster & Foster is limiting the number of JUUL cases that they are taking because they feel strongly that each client that they represent needs to have their case treated as an important individual case, not as one case in a pile of many cases.
Ashley and Stephen Foster are experienced in Multi-District Litigation and have a reputation for maximizing the value of their cases for their clients. They are respected by attorneys handling cases on both the Plaintiffs’ and Defendants’ side of the docket.
Partner Stephen Foster has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Texas Monthly in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 and “Rising Star” attorney by Superlawyers.com as well as Texas Monthly magazine in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. He currently serves on the Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Texas Trial Lawyers’ Association. In 2012 and 2013, “Scene in S.A.” magazine named him one of San Antonio’s best lawyers in litigation. Stephen Foster is Board Certified by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, which is the only organization accredited by the American Bar Association to provide board certification, as well as the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Stephen has served as a commentator on television and been published in newspapers throughout Texas.
Partner Ashley Foster has years of experience trying high profile cases as an Assistant District Attorney. As a prosecutor, she handled complicated white collar prosecutions. She also has brought justice to criminals and for victims of violent crimes. She currently uses her high profile experience to help people that have been taken advantage of by others. Ashley is one of the most respected litigators in Texas and regularly handles important and complicated litigation.