Philip (Phil) Morgan

Associate, Litigation
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5168 f 713.276.6168

Philip Morgan is an associate in Gardere's litigation practice group, where he represents clients in complex civil litigation matters. Philip is involved in all aspects of a case – from inception through completion – including motion practice, written discovery, depositions, hearings, settlement negotiations, trials, and client management and counseling. He also counsels clients on general business matters, helping them to minimize risk and avoid litigation.

A large part of Philip’s practice focuses on condemnation and other government-related litigation.  He frequently assists clients with matters involving the Public Information Act, Open Meetings Act, McGregor Act, procurement and other public law issues.

Prior to joining Gardere, Philip served as a law clerk for U.S. Magistrate Judge Zack Hawthorn of the United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas. Through this position, he gained unique experience on a broad spectrum of substantive and procedural issues, including civil rights, employment law, human trafficking, RICO, jurisdictional controversies, discovery disputes and Texas state law.

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