Thomas W. Taylor
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Houston

600 Travis
Suite 4200
Houston, TX 77002
P: +1.713.220.3991
F: +1.713.220.4285
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London

Andrews Kurth Kenyon (UK) LLP
16 Old Bailey
London EC4M 7EG, UK
P: +44.20.3053.8280
F: +44.20.3053.8299

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Thomas W. Taylor

Partner

Houston Office
600 Travis
Suite 4200
Houston, TX 77002
P: +1.713.220.3991
F: +1.713.220.4285
Other Offices: London

Co-chair of the Firm’s Litigation Section, Tom's civil litigation practice emphasizes defense of mass multi-party litigation. He has extensive civil jury trial experience in state and federal court, with in excess of thirty jury verdicts, and a much greater number of cases that settled during trial. His specific experience includes defending mass tort cases, commercial litigation, commercial arbitrations and personal injury cases. Tom has significant experience in multi-district litigation on both the state and Federal level. He represents defendants in Federal MDLs 875, 2179 and 2185. He also represents defendants in the Texas Asbestos MDL and the Texas Silica MDL.

Tom also has a substantial civil appellate litigation practice. He has presented oral arguments before the Texas Supreme Court, the Courts of Appeals for the First, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Districts of Texas, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Representative Experience

  • Regional counsel for major oil company in toxic tort, chemical exposure, and personal injury litigation.
  • Local Texas counsel for defendant in personal injury, property damage and economic loss cases arising out of deepwater drilling rig failure, subsequent fire and explosion, and resulting oil spill.
  • Local counsel for defendant in Federal MDL created to handle securities class actions, shareholder derivative suits, and ERISA cases allegedly arising out of deepwater drilling rig failure, fire, explosion and oil spill.
  • Trial counsel for major civilian and military aircraft manufacturer in Texas Open Records Act case.
  • Trial counsel for major oil company in employee wrongful death action alleging toxic exposure.
  • Co-trial counsel for subsidiary of major manufacturer of commercial aircraft in arbitration brought by former joint venture affiliate.

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