Brad Gordon’s trial practice is founded on thorough and unrelenting preparation and creative problem-solving for commercial clients in complex business, securities, and real estate litigation. In his 18 years of practice—including almost 10 years as a trial lawyer and shareholder in Winstead PC in Dallas—Brad has represented banks and servicers in workouts and foreclosures; purchasers, sellers, and developers in real property disputes; broker-dealers of securities and individuals before the NASD and NYSE; landlords and tenants in disputes over commercial real estate; and public and privately held businesses in contract, tort, and fiduciary litigation.
Brad’s experience includes successfully defending the owner of an undeveloped tract in Dallas County against contract and tort claims for which the purchaser of the tract sought more than $20 million in damages; successfully representing a national bank against borrowers and guarantors in connection with loans totaling in excess of $9 million for construction projects in four different states; and obtaining a full defense award and recovering costs on behalf of a national broker-dealer in a multi-million dollar securities fraud arbitration.
Brad anchors the line on any trial team, and his resolve, creativity, and efficiency are hallmarks of his client service. No matter the level of complexity or urgency, clients place high value on his focus and follow-through.