Brandon Caire is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Houston office. Brandon’s community involvement, among others, includes being an active member of United Way’s Young Leaders group, an active member of the Krewe of Cowboys and Cajuns (benefitting Texas Children’s Hospital) and a donor for the DePelchin Children’s Center.
Brandon also served as the Firm’s point person for the Houston Food Bank’s 2016 Food from the Bar campaign, during which the Firm donated food, funds, and volunteer efforts sufficient to provide over 13,000 meals for Houstonians.
Brandon focuses his practice on civil litigation in state and federal courts throughout Texas as well on as domestic and international arbitration. Brandon’s practice typically involves commercial disputes and business torts in the energy and manufacturing industries. He also has experience in securities and pharmaceutical disputes.
- Columbia Law School (J.D.) (2008)
- University of Alabama (B.A. magna cum laude) (2005)
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri~United States (2018)
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan~United States (2016)
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit~United States (2015)
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas~United States (2013)
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- State Bar of Texas – Member
- Houston Young Lawyers Association – Member
- Houston Bar Association – Member
- Federalist Society – Member
Representative Legal Matters:
- Defended a Houston-based offshore equipment and services corporation against numerous shareholder suits in both Texas and Delaware arising from its agreement to merge with another offshore equipment and services corporation.
- Defended a national coal corporation in a contract dispute against a coalbed methane producer relating to alleged cooperative agreements to produce CBM in southern Illinois coal mines, securing summary judgment on all claims and an affirmance of that judgment by the 7th Circuit.
- Represented a national seismic operations corporation in an antitrust investigation by the Department of Justice relating to a proposed merger. After a four-month investigation, the Department of Justice approved the merger as fair.
- Represented an oilfield services client in an LCIA arbitration against an operator seeking payment for wireline services provided over the course of three years in Senegal, securing a final award of USD 6 million.
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