Alexander C. Chae

Partner, Litigation
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5539 f 713.276.6539

Alex Chae is a corporate litigation specialist who frequently handles complicated, high-stakes cases throughout the U.S and abroad, often representing businesses in the oil and gas and oilfield service industries. He has both defended and prosecuted claims involving a wide range of business disputes, including:

  • Working interest royalty and oil & gas disputes
  • Trade secret protection, patent, trademark and copyright infringement
  • Breach of contract
  • Bad faith and insurance coverage
  • Federal securities fraud
  • Class actions
  • Shareholder derivative actions
  • Director and officer liability actions
  • Antitrust litigation

A tenacious litigation lawyer frequently on the opposing side of America’s largest and most prestigious firms, as well as high profile individuals and companies, Alex has earned a good reputation with the judiciary – dogged demeanor, responsiveness and collaborative approach to keeping his clients involved from start to finish. Because of his courtroom effectiveness and experience, legal departments increasingly call on Alex prior to litigation for his advice on liability and exposure issues.

Alex is also well-known and admired for his connections within the Asian community, both in the U.S and abroad. He has traveled frequently to Asia, where he is regarded as a trusted corporate advisor among both individuals and business seeking outside investment and litigation counsel.

Recent clients have included:

  • Aviva
  • Berger GeoScience Holdco, LLC
  • Catlin Insurance Co. Ltd.
  • Curocom Energy LLC
  • Drillmec Inc.
  • International Bank of Commerce, Inc.
  • Lime Rock Resources
  • Q'Max Solutions, Inc.
  • Matrix Petroleum, LLC
  • Total Safety U.S. Inc.
  • Redman Resources LLC
  • Socotherm-LaBarge LLC
  • SunEdison Inc.
  • Tong Petrotech Inc.
  • Waste Management Inc.
  • Aju Besteel Co. Ltd.
  • Ranger Offshore Inc.
  • MedCare Pediatrics LP

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