Reynolds Frizzell Partner Chris Hogan has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the State Bar of Texas’ Pattern Jury Charges – Oil and Gas Committee. Having extensive experience in oil and gas law, appointed members of the Committee prepare and periodically revise pattern jury charges in Texas.
Chris focuses his litigation practice on resolving complicated disputes for corporate and individual clients, including those in the energy and real estate industries. He has substantial experience in federal court, state court, and arbitration proceedings. Chris has been honored to represent leading energy companies such as Chevron, Marathon, BHP Billiton, DCP Midstream, and ExxonMobil and highly respected real estate firms such as the Moody National Companies and Metro National Corporation. These clients rely on Chris for his thoughtful approach to cases and extraordinary work ethic.
Chris has tried numerous cases to their conclusion, including several jury trials and arbitration final hearings that he first chaired. Notable among them, Chris first chaired a Section 1983 pro bono case in which he secured punitive damages for his client, against long odds.