Hunter Barrow is a seasoned commercial trial lawyer who leads the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group. He has a broad litigation practice in trial and appellate courts. Hunter has experience handling a wide variety of matters, involving securities, financial institutions, energy, real estate, intellectual property, antitrust, insurance, product liability, and general commercial litigation. His clients span numerous industries, including energy, banking and finance, real estate development, private equity, and manufacturing. In addition to being named a “Local Litigation Star” by Benchmark Litigation, Hunter has also been recognized in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Best Lawyers in America, Texas Super Lawyers and in Texas Monthly’s “Texas Verdicts Hall of Fame.” A graduate, and student athlete, of Baylor University, he earned his J.D. at South Texas College of Law.
Hunter is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is also a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate and a Board Certified Civil Practice Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
- Represented the sellers of three oilfield services companies in defending claims of alleged fraud and breach of the share purchase agreement for failing to disclose alleged customer issues and a material adverse change and in asserting
- counterclaims for the hold back amount held in escrow, which resulted in a favorable jury verdict
- Represented four minority shareholders against an investment company in seeking to recover their share of sales proceeds from the sale of an energy company and in defending the shareholders against tax fraud claims, which resulted in an arbitration award of the proceeds and a denial of the fraud claim
- Represented an Indian-based casing manufacturer in defending against breach of contract and warranty claims and asserting counterclaims for breach of contract, which resulted in a favorable judgment after a three-day bench trial
- Represented a steel manufacturer in asserting bad faith claims against an insurance company and in seeking business interruption damages, which settled favorably after five days in a jury trial
- Represented a medical clinic that was sued for breach of lease, fraud, statutory fraud, promissory estoppel, and negligent misrepresentation as a result of the client’s decision not to execute an amendment to its existing lease agreement and obtained a complete jury defense verdict
Last updated Sep 2020