Cameron P. Pope
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Houston

600 Travis
Suite 4200
Houston, TX 77002
P: +1.713.220.4142
F: +1.713.220.4285
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Cameron P. Pope

Partner

Houston Office
600 Travis
Suite 4200
Houston, TX 77002
P: +1.713.220.4142
F: +1.713.220.4285

Cameron’s practice includes all aspects of state and federal litigation in commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the preparation of appellate briefs and oral advocacy in appellate proceedings. He also assists in pretrial and trial strategy, preservation of error at trial, preparation of and arguing jury charges, post-verdict proceedings in trial courts, and analysis of the trial record for appellate potential. Cameron has represented clients in state and federal appellate courts such as the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Third, Fifth and Tenth Circuits, the Supreme Court of Texas and many intermediate courts of appeal.

Cameron has a significant amount of experience in oil and gas disputes, toxic tort litigation, labor and employment, as well as a particular focus in disputes involving employee benefits, managed care and ERISA.

Representative Experience

  • Appellate counsel for benefit plan administrator in putative class action over medical benefits. The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed judgment for clients. (2014)
  • Obtained $8.4 million judgment on behalf of a managed care company in federal court to recover payments made to a hospital and free standing emergency clinics based upon fraudulent misrepresentations regarding the nature of their affiliation. (2014)
  • Successfully handled appeal, including oral argument, in Drexel Corp. v. Edgewood Development, Ltd., 417 S.W.3d 672 (Tex. App.—Houston [14th Dist.] 2013, no pet.).
  • Represented a managed care company in state and federal courts to recover payments made to a hospital and free standing emergency clinics. Confidential settlement on favorable terms. (2013)
  • Appellate counsel for bank in dispute over $5 million customer alleged should have been deposited in his account. The trial court dismissed the suit sua sponte and, after full briefing, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed. (2012)
  • Counsel for benefit plan administrator sued by plan sponsor. The trial court denied administrator's motion to compel arbitration. After oral argument, the Corpus Christie-Edinburg Court of Appeals reversed and rendered judgment in client's favor compelling the matter to arbitration. (2012)
  • Appellate counsel for trustee sued for breach of fiduciary duty. After oral argument, the Texarkana Court of Appeals reversed $2.7 million jury verdict and rendered judgment for client. (2012)
  • Appellate counsel for companies providing labor for offshore oil and gas projects sued in putative class action for alleged violations of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act. After oral argument, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed judgment for clients. (2011)
  • Appellate counsel for medical school and physician in dispute over application of statutory provisions concerning their status for immunity purposes when providing care to the indigent. After oral argument, the Texas Supreme Court issued unanimous judgment in favor of clients. (2010)
  • Appellate counsel for trailer manufacturer found liable for conversion of products. After oral argument, the San Antonio Court of Appeals reversed jury verdict and rendered judgment for client. (2010)

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