+1 713 276 7370
B.A., University of Texas
J.D., University of Houston
M.P.A., Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas
Bobby Meadows is an accomplished trial lawyer known for winning challenging cases. He represents clients in litigation throughout the United States, including trials in state and federal courts, international and domestic arbitrations, summary jury trials and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Bobby's trial experience includes both commercial and tort litigation. Significant commercial matters include multi-million dollar breach of contract and fraud claims arising out of failed business ventures, shareholder derivative suits, oil and gas operating agreements, leases, joint venture agreements and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts. In tort litigation, he regularly appears in court defending large corporations accused of environmental damage by plaintiffs seeking hundreds of millions of dollars for land restoration, personal injuries and remediation of municipal water supplies. His tort clients include oil and gas companies, construction/engineering companies, product manufacturers and others.
As a trial lawyer, he represents clients in litigation in federal and state courts throughout the U.S., along with international and domestic arbitrations, summary jury trials and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. In more than 50 jury trials and over 34 years, he has litigated a variety of matters, including the most difficult cases in some of the most challenging venues.
Bobby has been consistently recognized by Chambers USA as a top lawyer in Texas for General Commercial Litigation and Energy and Natural Resources Litigation. He was named a 2016 "Litigation Star" by Benchmark Litigation, and listed as a "Leading Individual" for 2016 by The Legal 500. He has also received recognition in his practice areas from Texas Super Lawyers, Who's Who Legal, The Best Lawyers in America and The Legal 500, and was listed among Houston's top lawyers by H Texas Magazine.
Last Updated 7th September 2017