Todd Wright’s perseverance and attention to detail provide the best possible outcome for each of his clients. His docket consists primarily of cases in Texas and federal trial courts involving the potential liability of businesses, professionals, employers, institutions, and individuals.
As a second-generation litigator, Mr. Wright knows lawyers. “What sets us apart from the crowd is our commitment to the highest personal and professional standards in service to our clients, while also being involved in our communities.”
Mr. Wright has represented large and small businesses, houses of worship, educational institutions, and individuals in litigated matters, arbitrations, and in private affairs. One case he took over had been in litigation for several years and included 30 plaintiffs and 45 defendants. He quickly brought this case to conclusion on favorable terms, protecting his clients from significant exposure. “The issue at hand was a sensitive one,” says Mr. Wright, “but by methodically working through it we were able to turn several points argued by the opposition in our favor.”
Mr. Wright joined the firm in 1999. He is admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas. Mr. Wright makes time to participate in the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program, serving on its conflicts panel. DVAP provides pro bono civil legal services to individuals and families in need who could not otherwise afford legal services.
He is a 1990 graduate of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. While an undergraduate, Mr. Wright worked extensively in television production for the local CBS and PBS affiliates as well as the Texas A&M University Athletic Department. Following his graduation Mr. Wright spent several years in the sports television field, working throughout the United States and Europe.
Mr. Wright then returned to school and earned his Juris Doctor from Drake University in 1998. While at Drake, he was a research assistant to Professor James A. Albert.