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Dan Mabry


Dan  Mabry

Address:
595 Orleans
Suite 1400
Beaumont, Texas 77701
United States

Telephone: 409-981-1000
Firm: Strong Pipkin Bissell & Ledyard L.L.P.
Practice Overview:
Law offices in Houston and Beaumont Texas. Our attorneys provide a plethora of services related to the legal sector. Specialties include commercial litigation, mediation, personal injury, maritime law, bankruptcy, insurance, probate, pipeline and easements, whistleblower and false claims, products liability, labor and employment law, premises liability, environmental and natural resources, toxic tort, and appellate law.

Jurisdiction(s):
Texas

Professional Profile:
Dan Mabry operated manufacturing businesses for over 20 years, with an ownership interest in an iron foundry for approximately 17 years. During that time he served on the state and national boards of his industry’s technical society and was named Small Businessman of the Year by the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce in 1989. He sold his business in 1996, obtained a law degree and joined Strong Pipkin in 1998. In twenty years of managing a manufacturing business he handled contract matters, regulatory agency matters, labor issues and coordination with outside counsel in general litigation matters. This experience gives him a unique perspective as a trial lawyer. Simply put, Mabry knows your business and concerns. He is a trial lawyer who seeks not only to obtain a favorable outcome, but to do so in a cost effective manner. Since 1998 Mabry has handled a wide range of litigation and transactions for clients in Texas and Louisiana including employment law cases, contract disputes and regulatory agency matters.

Affiliations & Memberships:
Texas Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Texas Association of Defense Counsel
All Texas Courts
U.S. District Courts for Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals – Fifth Circuit
Jefferson County Bar Association
Michelle F. Mehaffy American Inn of Court
American Bar Association

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