Sean Whyte

Partner, Litigation
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4898 f 214.999.3898

Sean Whyte is a partner in the Firm’s litigation practice group, where he represents clients in matters involving complex commercial litigation, consumer class actions and products liability. He has extensive trial experience before state and federal courts, and his class action experience includes defending clients in cases involving Internet sales practices, consumer fraud and other federal statutes. Sean has substantial experience representing telecommunications clients in contractual matters that involve intellectual property issues. He also writes on franchise law issues.

Sean’s litigation experience includes representing clients in matters resulting from Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Additionally, he has represented clients in regulatory and government investigative matters involving federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Energy and the Federal Trade Commission.

Prior to practicing law, Sean completed all the course requirements for a doctoral degree in philosophy and served as a senior lecturer and adjunct professor at several colleges.

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