Gene DuBose is a trial and appeals attorney in Dallas, focused on business and commercial law.
AV Rated for over 38 years
DuBose Litigation PC
3816 Acapulco Court
Irving Texas 75062
P.O. Box 141467
Irving Texas 75014-1476
Telephone (214) 675-9022
Cornell University, A.B. cum laude, 1967
Harvard Law School, J.D. magna cum laude 1970
HARVARD LAW REVIEW
Member, Board of Editors, Volumes 82 & 83
Case Officer, Volume 83
Present: DuBose Litigation PC, Irving, Texas.
Trial and Appellate Commercial and Consumer Litigation: I have tried cases from A to Z, (Antitrust to Zoning) including (to the best of my recollection) Antitrust, adverse possession, banking, bankruptcy claims, bankruptcy lift stay actions, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, commercial mortgages, commercial insurance coverage, condemnation, construction, deceptive trade practices, eminent domain, evictions, executory conveyances, False Claims Act, false promise, Fair Labor Standards Act (federal minimum wage law), fraud, Fraud in Real Estate Transaction, home owners associations, intellectual property, landlord-tenant, land use, logistics, non-competition agreements, Qui Tam, real estate finance, real estate investment, real estate litigation, residential mortgages, residential owner finance, securities fraud, small claims, sovereign immunity, trade secrets, transportation, Uniform Commercial Code, and Zoning. My clients are mostly small businesses and consumers but Washington Mutual Bank was a client for 10 years.
1981 - 1982 Hughes & Hill, [now K & L Gates] Dallas, TX
Trial and appellate commercial litigation in a variety of areas, primarily complex, large-scale litigation. Clients in data processing, real estate, manufacturing, construction and other industries.
1977 - 1980 Rosenman Colin Freund Lewis & Cohen [now Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP], New York NY
Trial and appellate commercial litigation, primarily in securities and antitrust matters; primarily on large matters. Counseling business clients in retailing, manufacturing, real estate, accounting and other industries.
1973 - 1977 Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, IL
Assistant Professor. Courses taught: Civil Procedure, Injunctions, Remedies, Contracts, Uniform Commercial Code, Law and Psychiatry.
1972 - 1973 New Hampshire Legal Assistance, Nashua, NH
Managing Attorney, Trial and appellate work
1971 - 1972 American Civil Liberties Union (National Office), New York, NY
Staff Attorney. Trial and appellate work, primarily constitutional law, particularly before the United States Supreme Court
1970 - 1971 Law Clerk to Hon. Marvin E. Frankel, United States District Judge, Southern District of New York
1969 - 1970 Harvard College. I taught the freshman writing course while I was an officer of the Harvard Law Review.
1963 - 1965 United States Army, Europe, Cryptographer, 79th Engineer Battalion, Pirmasens, Germany. Honorable Discharge.
One Trial, One Lawyer: The Virtues of Singularity, 6 THE PRACTICAL LITIGATOR 49
Of the Parens Patriae Commitment Power and Drug Treatment of Schizophrenia, 60 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 1149
The Strength to Grasp: Ephesians 3:14–21 (poem), FIRST THINGS, (June/July 2000)
MEMBER THE STATE BAR OF TEXAS
AND OF THE BARS OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURT,
SECOND CIRCUIT, FIFTH CIRCUIT,
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK,
NORTHERN, WESTERN AND EASTERN
DISTRICTS OF TEXAS
Languages: German, French