Balch & Bingham is pleased to announce continued growth in Texas as the firm welcomes Chris Caudill to the Houston office, who joins as a member of the Litigation Practice.
“Chris is an excellent addition to our growing Houston office and litigation practice,” said Philip Dunlap, Houston office managing partner. “His experience bolsters our trial experience and is consistent with the goals of our strategic growth plan. I remain excited for our future as we continue our expansion throughout Texas and adding value to our clients.”
Chris is a trial attorney with an extensive background in all aspects of litigation from case assessment and pleadings to trial and appeals. He has successfully handled disputes involving business contracts, multi-million dollar commercial construction projects, product and manufacturing defects, and wrongful death claims, among other areas.
Chris' experience includes representation of general contractors and subcontractors across Texas in construction defect and breach of contract actions. Additionally, he has represented a variety of small and large businesses in the manufacturing industry including those operating in specialized fields of sublimation, steel assembly and coating, and industrial hydraulic lift suspensions.
Chris received his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers and served as head senior articles editor of the Houston Journal of International Law. Chris is a member of the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the Houston Bar Association.
Chris’ addition follows the recent addition of Houston Partner Audrey Momanaee, who joined in May to lead the firm’s Litigation Practice in Texas.
Balch’s Houston office includes attorneys with significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, energy transactions, private securities offerings and transactions, and domestic and cross-border commercial lending. Additionally, the firm’s Texas team includes trial lawyers who represent clients in the energy, manufacturing, construction, and healthcare industries in the state and federal courts of Texas and arbitrations both domestic and international.