Travis Casey represents companies and individuals in premises and products liability, transportation litigation, and workplace injury/labor litigation.
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Workplace Injury/Labor Litigation
Southern Methodist University, B.A., 2010
Chapman University School
of Law, J.D., 2013
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
State Bar of Texas
American Bar Association
Dallas Bar Association
Austin Bar Association
Texas Young Lawyers Association
Dallas Association of
Austin Young Lawyers Association
Travis Casey represents corporations and individuals in transportation, catastrophic workplace injury, and products defect litigation. He believes in keeping his clients informed as he progresses their interests and works to achieve optimal results. Mr. Casey handles all facets of litigation, from inception through trial.
Mr. Casey began his legal career by building a client base and starling his own law firm. He successfully represented the owner of large developed real estate holdings in a business dispute, victims in automobile accidents, and landowners seeking redress from municipalities, Mr. Casey also engaged in oil and gas title work, drafted contracts, handled business formation matters, and mediated over 100 civil cases.
While in law school, Mr. Casey was an undefeated negotiator on his school’s Alternative Dispute Resolution team and was honored for Excellence in Mediation due to his service as a mediator for the Superior Courthouse of Riverside County, California. ln addition, Mr. Casey was an Articles Editor for the school’s law and public policy journal, and he was the president of the Entrepreneurship Law Society.
Mr. Casey edited five of the most widely disseminated texts on Constitutional Law and Legal Ethics, including Rotunda & Nowak’s preeminent Treatise on Constitutional Law: Substance and Procedure, the tenth edition of Modem Constitutional Law, and Legal Ethics: in a Nutshell. Mr. Casey also assisted in drafting an Amicus Curiae brief that was submitted to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on behalf of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the Major Cities’ Chiefs of Police, and the lnternational Municipal Law Association, and he authored a report on energy-related authorizations granted to the Department of Energy through public laws, which was cited in a U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources hearing as a basis for Ranking Member Senator Lisa Murkowski’s support for an energy bill.
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