Representative Experience
    • Represented general contractor in jury trial
      Represented general contractor in seven-day jury trial concerning $70 million claim brought by Dallas community related to alleged slope and earth failures.

      Defended general contractor in arbitration
      Represented general contractor defending $300 million claim by major oil company in a three-month arbitration proceeding concerning a catastrophic property loss claim related to refinery pit stop and turnaround project in Louisiana.

      Represented oilfield service company
      Represented oilfield service company in claims of downhole failures during workover operations.

      Represented oilfield service company
      Represented oilfield service company in Oklahoma related to watering out of multiple operating wells based on over-pressurizing saltwater reservoir.

      Represented EPC contractor
      Represented EPC contractor on pipeline construction project in commencing in Wyoming related to installation of a natural gas pipeline to Ohio.

      Represented general contractor
      Represented general contractor on hospital complex claim with approximately $25 million in dispute.

      Represent general contractors
      Represent multiple general contractors on contract drafting, negotiation and contract management.

      Community Management LLC v. Cutten Development L.P. and Davis Development Inc. (Tex., June 9, 2017)
      Helped obtain summary judgment for clients Cutten Development L.P. and Davis Development Inc. in a $33 million lawsuit related to the sale of an apartment complex in Houston. The summary judgment was upheld on appeal to intermediate appellate court, and the Texas Supreme Court denied review of plaintiff’s petition after Bradley filed an extensive response.

      Precedent-setting community development fund surplus case
      Represented one of the largest residential homebuilders in Texas in a case involving excess funds from the development of a master planned community, arguing that the excess funds should be refunded in proportion to how much each owner paid into the fund – not to current homeowners, many of whom never paid into the fund. On appeal, the Court of Appeals issued an opinion in favor of our client. This case set precedent by creating rights for developers and builders to seek reimbursement of any surplus in infrastructure funding for master planned communities.