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Linda Glover is a shareholder in Winstead's Energy and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. She represents clients in a broad range of complex trial, arbitration, regulatory and appellate matters. Linda also assists clients with issues arising out of anti-corruption statutes, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the U.K. Bribery Act. Prior to becoming licensed as an attorney, Linda held various management positions in the insurance industry.

Representative Experience


  • Represented offshore party in multiparty arbitration involving breach of contract claims under a Joint Operating Agreement
  • Represented global oil and gas company in litigation involving county and state allegations of entitlement to statutory penalties for purported unauthorized emissions events
  • Represented international oil company in arbitration involving claims for breach of contract, theft of trade secrets and tortious interference with a prospective business relationship
  • Represented subsidiary of North America’s largest producer of clean and renewable energy in arbitration involving breach of contract claims and underlying FERC issues; defended arbitration award before the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine and the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Represented U.S. subsidiary of major Canadian energy company in arbitration involving breach of contract claims related to taxation issues
  • Represented Australian oil and gas company in state court litigation involving breach of contract and fiduciary duty claims
  • Represented gas utility in state court class action involving allegations of conspiracy and in subsequent regulatory proceeding before Arkansas Public Service Commission
  • Represented large electrical transmission and distribution utility in proceeding before the Public Utility Commission of Texas to recover stranded costs arising from deregulation of the electricity market
  • Represented large gas utility in in state court litigation involving breach of contract claims; defended judgment before Texas First District Court of Appeals


  • Represented large international oil and gas company in formal investigation by the SEC and DOJ of potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations
  • Provide ongoing counsel to clients regarding compliance with and potential issues arising under anti-corruption statutes
  • Formulate and implement anti-corruption compliance programs, including preparing compliance policies, drafting compliance provisions for contracts with third-parties and agents, conducting pre-merger and foreign agent due diligence and providing training regarding anti-corruption statutes to executives, key personnel and employees

Commercial Litigation

  • Represented international pharmaceutical company in highly publicized jury trial involving nanotechnology patent infringement claims
  • Represented national heavy equipment manufacturer in arbitration involving breach of contract claims
  • Represented major tire retailer in state court class action involving waste tire disposal fees
  • Represented international pharmaceutical company in arbitration involving dispute over premature termination of drug development program
  • Represented drug manufacturer in a multitude of state court cases involving product liability claims
  • Represented national real estate developer in employment dispute over sales commissions before trial court and 14th Court of Appeals
  • Represented national chemical company in employment discrimination lawsuit before trial court and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Represented large utility in state court litigation involving executive compensation and change of control provision
  • Represented psychologist in state court litigation involving validity of non-competition and non-solicitation provisions in employment contract
  • Represented property owner's association in litigation to enforce restrictive convenants

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