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Bryan  T. Pope

PRACTICES

Business and Commercial Litigation
Civil Litigation, Negligence, and Tort Liability
Construction Law
Contract Disputes
Labor and Employment Law
Transportation Law

EDUCATION

Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
J.D. - 1983
Honors: Board of Barristers
Honors: Mock Trial Scholarship Award
Honors: Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, Member

Texas Tech University, Lubbock
B.B.A. - 1980
Honors: Dean's List
Honors: Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Member
Major: Accounting

ADMISSIONS

Texas, 1983
U.S. Supreme Court, 1990
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1984
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, 1990
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas, 1984
 
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Tel: 214-979-7450
Fax: 214-979-7402
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  • Bryan T. Pope Representative Cases
     

    • Cox v. Six Flags (negligence/DTPA) - 6-week Roller coaster trial - Defense Verdict
    • Teakell v. Six Flags (Products Liability) - Received a Directed Verdict
    • Thormahlen v. Festival Fun Parks (Premises Liability) - Defense Verdict
    • Pena v. Festival Fun Parks (Premises - Go-kart) - Defense Verdict
    • Lenard v. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (Premises - Water ride) - Defense Verdict
    • Southern Junction, Inc. v. CRJ Properties, LP (breach of lease for country western dance hall)
    • Snow v. Culpepper Cattle Company (ADA)
    • Vernick v. Granite Construction Company (Uniform Traffic Control Device)
    • Howe v. Denny's Restaurant (Falling Ceiling Fan / Brain Injury Case) - Defense Verdict / Federal Court
    • Duncan v. Baker's Ribs (Products Liability - restaurant equipment case)
    • Tu v. Maxorb (Non-subscriber paraplegic case) - Resolved during trial for nominal settlement by employer/client whiile co-defendant paid $500,000)