At Burford Perry LLP, our Houston based civil litigation attorneys provide every client with efficient, high quality representation. We understand each client is unique, so we are attentive to our clients’ goals and always keep them well informed. Unlike other law firms, we believe partnering with clients should be a win-win relationship. That’s why we actively seek alternative fee agreements so we can provide our top-notch services in a way that is financially comfortable for our clients.
With over 50 years of combined experience between our two named partners, Robert Burford and Brent Perry, we’ve handled all types of complex commercial litigation and we bring a wealth of knowledge other law firms just don’t have. Working on both sides of the docket, we’ve achieved significant wins for our clients. For plaintiffs, our lawyers have obtained over $2 billion in combined verdicts and settlements. For defendants, our lawyers have obtained dismissals, summary judgments, and take nothing judgments where alleged damages exceeded $1 billion.
After knowing each other since the late 1980s and practicing in separate successful commercial litigation firms over the last two decades, Robert Burford and Brent Perry jointly worked on a case in 2014. The experience went so well for both them and their client that when the case settled in early 2015, they decided to form a new law firm Burford Perry LLP.
Burford Perry LLP is a firm focused on commercial litigation for clients who want aggressive, efficient representation, whether as plaintiffs or defendants. We work with our clients to define their goals early in our representation and then develop a plan for achieving them. Just like our clients, we expect great results. When facing a legal issue, you need to turn to a law firm that can protect your best interests. Hire a winning team. Hire Burford Perry LLP.
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