Houston
713.650.2711 Direct
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bdillard@winstead.com

Brannon Dillard is a shareholder in the firm’s Commercial Litigation, Energy Law, and Securities Litigation & Enforcement Practice Groups and Insurance and Energy Industry Groups. Brannon represents clients in a variety of civil litigation and arbitration matters in state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, and before arbitration tribunals. He focuses his practice representing both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation, insurance coverage and extra-contractual litigation, energy litigation, and securities litigation and arbitration.

In addition to his litigation practice, Brannon regularly provides policyholders and insurers with insurance coverage analysis and advice on various types of insurance.  He also advises businesses and individuals on the terms and conditions of master service agreements, purchase orders, equipment leases, and other business-related contracts, including the evaluation, drafting, negotiation, and enforcement of same.  Additionally, he assists clients with risk analysis, pre-dispute guidance, and litigation avoidance counseling.

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