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Isaac Villarreal is a commercial trial lawyer representing clients in a wide array of industries. He helps his clients avoid, manage, fix, and/or resolve business and commercial disputes. Mr. Villarreal's focus on various areas of business litigation includes disputes involving contract claims and business torts, real estate matters, residential and commercial construction defects, mechanic's and materialman's liens and bond claims, and commercial and consumer collections.
Understanding that his clients’ business goals and objectives come first, Mr. Villarreal utilizes his experience and successes to provide his clients with multiple options that might allow them to avoid and/or limit the time and expense typically associated with prolonged litigation.
Mr. Villarreal's accomplishments include many successful trials in Texas State and Federal Courts with claims asserted and/or defended that have been valued well into the many millions of dollars.
An example of Mr. Villarreal's successes include a 2013 matter where Mr. Villarreal was recognized by The Texas Lawyer as the “Litigator of the Week” for the results that he obtained on behalf of his client, a Mexican legal entity, in a multi-day jury trial in a Federal District Court in the Southern District of Texas.
Mr. Villarreal's skills and experience is relied upon by business clients of all shapes and sizes. His clients include locally owned businesses and their owners, mid-sized domestic companies, and much larger international companies and individuals. No business is too big or too small for Mr. Villarreal and he always strives to provide all of his clients with results that meet or exceed their specific business objectives.
Languages spoken: Spanish, English
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2008||01/19/2017|
|Trial Attorney||McCathern PLLC||2016 - Present|
|Attorney and Meditaor||Crinion Davis & Richardson LLP||2006 - Present|
|Legal Assistant||Marion J. Borchers, P.C.||2003 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Houston Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Hispanic Bar Association||N/A||2008 - Present|
|Garland Walker American Inns of Court||N/A||2007 - Present|
|State Bar of Texas, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section||Signature Required? Fifth Circuit’s Holding Implies That Equitable Estoppel May Not Apply Unless a Signature is on an Agreement, published in Alternative Resolutions||N/A|
|State Bar of Texas, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section||Fifth Circuit Finds Arbitration Award Valid Despite Questions as to Qualifications of Non-Public Arbitrator, published in Alternative Resolutions||N/A|
|State Bar of Texas, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section||Austin Appeals Court Decision Implies That Mediation Agreement Affecting Termination of Parental Rights Requires Express, Complete Compliance, published in Alternative Resolutions||N/A|
|State Bar of Texas, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section||Supreme Court of Texas Holds Arbitration Was Not Waived and Conditionally Grants Writ of Mandamus, publication pending in Alternative Resolutions||N/A|
|Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor--Magna Cum Laude||2008|
|Southwest Texas State University||Legal Studies||MA - Masters||2004|
|Southwest Texas State University||English||Bachelor of Arts||2002|