Baylor Law School,
J.D., 2013, (cum laude)
Southern Methodist University, B.S., Economics, 2010
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
Taylor Horton has been privileged to represent clients in a wide range of disputes. He has successfully represented clients injured by medical malpractice, victims of securities fraud and other broker/financial advisor misconduct, and cases involving breaches of fiduciary duty. Mr. Horton has also represented clients in matters involving misappropriation of trade secrets, violations of Texas’s Deceptive Trade Practices Act and breach of contract.
Mr. Horton’s practice is almost exclusively plaintiff-oriented, and he enjoys helping his clients achieve the best outcome possible.
Outside the law, Mr. Horton serves on the Board of Directors at Achievement Center of Texas, a nonprofit offering day habilitation, daycare and arts exploration to individuals with special needs.
Mr. Horton is a Dallas native. He is happily married to his wife, Mackenzie Horton, who practices tax law.
Two Writs, Both Alike in Dignity? Subordinating Habeas Corpus to Mandamus in the Contempt Context,
65 Baylor L. Rev. 630, Spring 2013.
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