Mr. Graham is an attorney and counselor at law who spends as much time counseling his clients in legal matters as he does preparing for trials. Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Graham managed high risk, high visibility projects for large corporations around the country, including regulatory and litigation-related initiatives. Mr. Graham’s primary focus is creating processes that position clients to be in the best position for trial. Although many cases settle before trial, Mr. Graham’s eyes are always set on the possibility that any one of his cases could end up in front of a jury. With that in mind, Mr. Graham plans carefully to achieve his client’s objectives.

Civil Litigation

Whether you are suing your landlord in Justice Court or a multi-national corporation in Federal Court, Mr. Graham’s approach is to obtain the best results for his clients at the most efficient cost. “The purpose of litigation is to resolve conflict, not perpetuate it. In other words, fighting for the sake of fighting is useless unless you want your attorneys to make a lot of money.” Mr. Graham’s goal is different. He aims to leverage the law and the facts to resolve the issues, while all the while preparing for a trial.

Family Law

Most family law situations do not belong in the courtroom. Mr. Graham realizes that there is both an emotional and financial toll whenever a family situation finds its way into court. Whether it is a custody issue, child support, or a contentious divorce, Mr. Graham can help you navigate the legal issues. Just like a civil suit over money, Mr. Graham knows how to obtain the best results for his clients at the most efficient cost.

Will & Guardianship Contests

Often, when a parent dies or becomes incapacitated, a lot of family history and emotion comes to the surface that can overshadow the underlying legal issues. Mr. Graham works with his clients to give them the resources to focus on the final outcome. This sometimes means employing other professionals such as forensic accountants, psychologists, physicians, and therapists. In the end, what occurs in the courtroom is directly attributed to the work that Mr. Graham puts in with his clients to prepare the case for success.

Whistleblower Issues

As an Attorney and Counselor at Law, Mr. Graham is as comfortable in the courtroom as he is in the boardroom. Mr. Graham is an expert at counseling senior management and collaborative teams on legal and regulatory compliance issues impacting operations in highly scrutinized environments. Mr. Graham manages electronic discovery, forensics, and trials that are often high risk and high visibility. He successfully combines strategic thinking and tactical execution, all while focusing on optimal results for the client. Mr. Graham has experience working with cases involving multiple agencies including, DOJ, SEC, FTC, FCC, and OCC. He is well versed in Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd-Frank, SEC Whistleblower Program, False Claims Act, and factual investigations assessing risk exposure.

Mr. Graham represents workers who have experienced wrongful termination, retaliation, or hostile work environments. He also represents employers when employees steal trade secrets. He is active in the community, serving his clients in a variety of other areas affecting their everyday lives. He is passionate about being a lawyer, advocating for the abused, and changing the world one relationship at a time.

  • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association
  • Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association
  • Tarrant County Family Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Young Lawyer’s Association
  • Tarrant County Probate Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Dallas County Bar Association
  • Aggie Bar Association
  • National Whistleblower Center
  • Member of the College of the State Bar of Texas

Areas of Expertise

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • U.S. Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. Eastern District of Texas
  • 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Education

      • Texas A&M University School of Law, J.D.
      • Dallas Baptist University, M.B.A.
      • Northwestern College, B.S.
      • Texas Criminal Trial College