Paul is a shareholder in the firm. He brings 23 years of active trial experience to his clients. In addition to his considerable state construction law practice, Paul frequently represents clients in litigation against federal agencies before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. Paul has handled many federal bid protests and frequently advises clients and industry groups concerning compliance with small business administration programs including those designed to assist small, disadvantaged, service disabled and veteran...
Brian is a shareholder in the firm. Licensed since 2002, the primary focus of Brian's practice is upon representing contractors and subcontractors in the construction industry. In addition to earning a law degree, he holds a Bachelor's of Science in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to pursuing a law degree, Brian worked as a design engineer for two of the preeminent civil engineering firms in the nation. He uses his knowledge of TxDOT design and highway engineering to represent highway contractors and assist them in evaluating, preparing and litigating claims arising out of TxDOT projects. In addition to serving as an advocate, Brian is also a certified mediator.
Cal is an associate in the firm. Licensed since 2003, the primary focus of his practice is upon representing professionals in the construction industry. In addition to earning a law degree, he holds a Bachelor's degree from the Texas A&M University. Prior to pursuing a law degree, Cal worked as a congressional staff member. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants involved in litigation before state and federal courts and in complex multi-party arbitrations.
Allen is an associate with the firm. Licensed in 2013, Allen’s entire practice is devoted to construction litigation. In addition to his law degree, Allen holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of the Incarnate Word, in San Antonio. While in law school, Allen specialized in Administrative Practice, which gives him insight into the administrative claims process. Additionally, Allen served as a technical editor on the Baylor Law Review, and participated in the 2011 National Pretrial Competition. Further, Allen interned with Federal Judge Walter Smith at the United Statesof District Court for the Western District of Texas, Waco Division and with the State Office of Administrative Hearings, in Austin.