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"In baseball and in business, there are three types of people.  Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happened."

     -- Tommy Lasorda

The Firm has a longstanding and extensive trial practice and is well-versed in courtroom proceedings and trial strategies and tactics.  The Firm has represented clients on both sides of the docket including individuals, sports organizations and associations, institutions of higher learning, amateur and professional athletes, coaches, conference offices, sports agents, sports agencies, employers, employees, Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, publicly traded companies, privately held companies, nonprofits, religious organizations, municipalities, property owners, construction companies, developers, banks, real estate brokers and agents, and landlords and tenants.  The Firm has successfully represented clients in claims for breach of contract, employment and labor disputes, violations of the Texas Property Code, violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, violations of the Copyright Act, violations of the Lanham Act, violations of Title IX, misappropriation, fraud, fraud in a real estate transaction, trespass to try title actions, declaratory judgment proceedings relating to boundary disputes, negligence, products liability, NCAA infractions, and numerous other claims.  The Firm brings an aggressive, yet conscientious, approach to litigation that has produced successful results for his clients at the trial and appellate levels.
The following are examples of services previously provided (results may vary), but this is not an exhaustive list of prior representation:
  • Defended and obtained a take nothing verdict at trial on behalf of a construction contractor in a breach of contract action and obtained a verdict in favor of client on counterclaims for fraud, conversion, and harassment.  Affirmed on appeal by the Fort Worth Court of Appeals.

  • Overturned $2 million default judgment entered against a Canadian lawyer and obtained dismissal by and through motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction in accordance with Rule 12(b)(2) in federal court.

  • Overturned a default judgment on a restricted appeal and recovered damages at an arbitration proceeding in favor of an international product manufacturer.

  • Defeated requests for a temporary restraining order and temporary injunction in a matter in which plaintiff attempted to show shareholder oppression and assertions that board members were involved in fraudulent activity.

  • On appeal, after being retained after judgment was entered, overturned findings made against the client for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and negligent misrepresentation in relation to an alleged real estate development plan and plaintiff was determined to take nothing.

  • Represented and enforced non-compete and non-solicitation agreements on behalf of a client in the technology sector when several employees left the company for a competitor.

  • Defended a city and obtained dismissal of a quo warranto action brought by the city’s mayor relating to alleged Texas Election Code violations.

  • On appeal, affirmed a take nothing judgment against clients for fraud in the formation and creation of a business venture including whether clients were liable under the Texas Tax Code after the entity forfeited status.

  • Obtained a permanent injunction on behalf of a logistics company involving a theft of trade secrets by a former employee.

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