Miguel S. Rodriguez is of counsel at Taylor Dunham LLP. Mr. Rodriguez represents clients in general litigation matters, including reported cases from the Texas Supreme Court and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in which his client ultimately prevailed.
He has successfully defended high value intellectual property litigation cases and employment litigation cases, including a lawsuit by a former director of a corporation seeking more than $20 million in damages. Mr. Rodriguez has also served as class counsel in a federal class action lawsuit.
As lead counsel, briefed, argued and obtained a favorable opinion from the Texas Supreme Court on behalf of our client, the owner of multi-family apartments in a suit against its lender. As a result, our client obtained a favorable settlement from the lender. Myrad Properties, Inc. v. LaSalle Bank, National Association.
Lead counsel for publicly traded Canadian-based company and its international subsidiaries in the defense of an $80 million fraudulent transfer suit by a Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee. Obtained a final judgment of no liability for our clients after a two week trial. Ingalls v. SMTC Corp., et al., Adversary No. 06-1283, in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Texas, Austin Division, reported at 2009 WL 2940161.
The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas, J.D. – 1998