Bryon L. Romine

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E-mail: blr@kesslercollins.comDirect Dial: 214.379.0734Direct Fax: 214.379.0784PDF

Education

Texas A&M University School of Law (formerly Texas Wesleyan University School of Law), J.D., magna cum laude (2000),
  • Board of Editors, Law Review
University of Missouri-Columbia, B.S. (1994)


Bryon is an accomplished, creative commercial litigator. His practice focuses mainly upon commercial litigation, appeals, and motion practice in both state and federal court. The areas in which he concentrates his practices include business and contract disputes, insurance coverage, business torts, real estate litigation, accounting and legal malpractice, and securities litigation and arbitration. Bryon is an active member of the Dallas Bar Association, serving on several committees. He is also a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. Bryon graduated from the Texas Wesleyan University School of law magna cum laude. During law school he served on the board of editors of the law review.

Admissions

  • Texas Bar, 2001
  • United States District Court (Northern and Southern Districts of Texas)

Legal Affiliations

  • American Bar Association (Litigation Section)
  • State Bar of Texas (Litigation Section)
  • Dallas Bar Association (Business Litigation and Appellate Sections)

Other Affiliations

  • Professional Liability Underwriting Society
  • Family Gateway, Board Member 2015
  • Stutzman v. The Arabesque, Rainbow Yacht Adventures Limited, Charter Port BVI, Southern Trades Yacht Charters and Stephen Radcliff - Represented company based in British Virgin Islands in federal court in Texas. Obtained dismissal based upon lack of personal jurisdiction.
  • PSB, Inc. v. LIT Industrial Texas Limited Partnership, LIT PC, L.P. and Trammell Crow Dallas/Ft. Worth, LTD. - Represented landlord in suit with tenant involving claims brought by both parties.  Obtained summary judgment on all claims.  The judgment was upheld on appeal.
  • Brian Wildes v. Young Jun - Lead counsel in jury trial representing commercial landlord against former tenant.  Obtained judgment for full amount of past due rent and other charges.
  • C.M. Yater & Sons Manufacturing Jewelers, Inc. v. George Sheban and White Star Construction, Inc. - Lead counsel in bench trial representing defendants against attempt to pierce the corporate veil.
  • EEOC v. Allied Vista - Defended action brought by the EEOC alleging pattern and Practice of sec discrimination against firm with multi-state locations.