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Joseph Regan is a shareholder in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group. He is experienced in various aspects of civil litigation and appellate law, with an historical emphasis on general commercial litigation in cases involving real estate, financial institutions and financial services disputes. Joseph also practices on various energy litigation matters, and has maintained a specialized practice in the area of eminent domain law, having represented numerous condemning authorities and landowners over the past several years in easement negotiations and in various administrative and litigation proceedings. He is a frequent author and lecturer on topics ranging from general litigation matters to issues impacting the energy industry and financial services institutions.  He is co-author of the Texas Fiduciary Litigator blog, which reports on legal cases and issues impacting the fiduciary field in Texas, and he maintains a practice in estate and trust disputes. He has multiple jury trial and bench trial experience in both state and federal courts. Joseph is also active in the Tarrant County Bar Association.

Joseph is a lifelong resident of Fort Worth, Texas, and is a graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law, where he was President of the Student Bar Association, a member of the Barristers, and recipient of the John E. Kennedy Memorial Scholarship. Prior to entering private practice, Joseph served as a briefing attorney for the Honorable Douglas S. Lang on the Fifth District Court of Appeals of Texas.

Representative Experience

  • General civil and commercial litigation
  • Eminent domain/condemnation actions
  • Real estate litigation, including title defense and real property disputes
  • Financial services litigation
  • Construction litigation
  • Post-judgment collection

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