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jwalter@winstead.com

Jeremy Walter is a member of Winstead’s Business Litigation Practice Group. Jeremy has worked on contract, statute, and tort-based cases, advised clients on their internal policies and litigation-related matters, and assisted in preparing cases for both trial and arbitration.

Representative Experience

  • Defended international EPC company and its officers and directors in securities fraud class action and related state court opt-out litigation
  • Represented owner of large food processing facility in arbitration and litigation related to several major construction defects
  • Defended international E&P company and its officers and directors in securities fraud class action and related government investigations
  • Defended major pharmaceutical company in contract dispute related to alleged patent infringement
  • Represented clients in breach of contract and tort cases, including breach of fiduciary duty cases and contracts for sale under the UCC
  • Represented national sand distributor in securing contract performance from international oilfield services company
  • Provided defense of personal injury claims, property damage claims, and first party insurance claims
  • Represented the State of Texas as a special prosecutor in Justice of the Peace courts in Harris County, Texas
  • Pro bono experience representing asylum applicants before the immigration court, Board of Immigration Appeals, Fifth Circuit

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