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Jones, Bradley (working)

Bradley K. Jones

Counsel
Recent Articles By Emily B. Taylor 

Education

University of Texas at Austin

B.A., Government, Minor in Philosophy, 2003

South Texas College of Law Houston

J.D., 2007

Admissions

Texas, 2007

U.S Supreme Court

U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

U.S. District Court

Southern District of Texas

Eastern District of Texas

Northern District of Texas

Western District of Texas

U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Southern District of Texas

Northern District of Texas

Eastern District of Texas

Western District of Texas

Memberships & Activities

Federal Bar Association

Houston Bar Association

Asante Society, Houston Zoo

 

Bradley K. Jones

Brad has over 15 years of experience in the legal field, he concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, debt collection and creditor rights, and non-compete and trade secrets. Brad dedicated himself to not only recognizing the client’s immediate needs but achieving a desired outcome that is practical and consistent with their long-term objectives.

My career has always been about sincere concern for my clients' issues and problems and genuine motivation to find practical solutions to those issues and problems.

Representative Matters

 

Commercial Litigation

      • Represented owners of venture-backed startup company in Federal Trade Commission enforcement and contempt action.
      • Represented a software company in complex commercial arbitration. Spearheaded extensive extensive discovery necessary to refute counterclaims of fraud, breach of contract, and misrepresentation. Obtained a favorable arbitration verdict awarding full damages.
      • Defended a Fortune 500 company in a complex lawsuit brought by a municipality alleging breach of contract, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty. Managed extensive document preservation and e-discovery and the drafting of pleadings and motions. Obtained a favorable settlement.
      • Obtained dismissal of allegations of human trafficking and RICO violations against overseas government contractors. Assisted in managing large-scale document preservation and e-discovery and drafted pleadings and motions.
      • Defended owner of shopping centers throughout the United States in ADA violation matters. Led initial claims investigations, discovery, and settlement negotiations.
      • Defended oil and gas company in a breach of contract case concerning the enforceability of a take or pay provision in a buy-sell agreement. Assisted in obtaining summary judgement and a favorable settlement.
      • Defended energy company in a dispute concerning a joint operating agreement and major cost overruns in the construction of a processing facility.
      • Represented energy company in a trial involving the purchase and delivery of drilling equipment, including co-authoring successful petition for review highlighted in Texas Lawyer “Appellate Lawyer of the Week.” 
      • Managed hundreds of National Flood Insurance Program coverage lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout Texas.

 

Debt Collection and Creditors’ Rights

      • Obtained summary judgement for energy, infrastructure, and engineering recruitment company in a suit on a sworn account and breach of contract matter. Collected nearly 100% of actual damages post-judgment.
      • Represented financial institutions and energy companies in debt collection matters, including post-judgment collections, bankruptcy, and adversary proceedings.

 

Employment, Noncompete, and Trade Secrets

      • Represented a medical device manufacturer against a competitor and former employee alleging theft of trade secrets and breach of non-compete and confidentiality agreements.
      • Represented turbine manufacturer in a lawsuit against a competitor and former employees alleging theft of trade secrets
      • Represented a medical billing service company in a lawsuit for theft of trade secrets and tortious interference with non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.
      • Defended healthcare company in an employment dispute alleging theft of trade secrets and breach of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.