David Bissinger

David Bissinger

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Business Litigation Attorney in Houston, TX

Bissinger, Oshman & Williams LLP
 | 2229 San Felipe, Suite 1500
Houston, TX 77019
Phone: 713-524-8811
Fax: 713-524-4102
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2009 - 2019
Selected to Rising Stars: 2007
Licensed Since: 1994
Practice Areas:
  • Business Litigation (60%),
  • Securities Litigation (20%),
  • Energy & Natural Resources (20%)
Attorney Profile
From the beginning of every case, I prepare for trial. In my experience, that preparation gives clients the most reliable way to evaluate and resolve cases as quickly and as cheaply as circumstances permit. Part of that approach comes from my substantial contingent-fee docket. Trying these cases has given me valuable lessons about what tasks matter and which tasks don't. That experience, combined with my experience trying a variety of types of defendant and plaintiff cases in a variety of tribunals, has proven to be the best way for me to maximize the value of the work I do for clients.

About David Bissinger

Admitted: 1994, Texas

Professional Webpage: http://bowllp.com/attorney/david-bissinger/

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Chairman, Houston Bar Association Securities Litigation and Arbitration Section, 2005

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • Co-Author, Arbitration, Bench Trial, or Jury Trial? A Functional Guide for In-House Counsel, The Texas State Bar Litigation Report (The Advocate), Litigation, 2011
  • Describes how to prepare for trial by using time manangement techniques ranging from using a kitchen timer to editing your opening statements like George Lucas edited Star Wars., Author, Want to Improve Your Trial Skills? Be Cognizant of the Clock, Texas Lawyer, Trial Law; Arbitrations, 2018
  • In the age of the vanishing jury trial, “litigators” spend a small fraction of the time in the courtroom that their predecessors did in decades past. With so few jury trials, lawyers have become tone deaf to the nuances of bias that pervades trial practice. Lawyers will enjoy more success in their practice by acknowledging, rather than ignoring, the natural biases of the participants and developing a practical understanding of bias in their practices., Author, How to Identify Bias in the Courtroom, National Law Journal, 2018

Representative Clients:

  • Anejo Uptown Park, LLC (Houston); Arrington Oil & Gas (Midland); Contanda Terminals LLC (Houston); East West Bank (Pasadena, California); Exterran (Houston); Keane Group (Houston); Process Instruments & Controls (Bakersfield, California); TechnipFMC (Houston)., 2018

Industry Groups

  • Banking
  • Complex Commercial Trials and Arbitrations; Business Fiduciary; Finance
  • Securities
Office Location for David Bissinger

2229 San Felipe
Suite 1500
Houston, TX 77019

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Last Updated: 4/4/2019

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