Andrew C. Cox
Andrew C. Cox

Andrew C. Cox

Phone: 214-740-3154Fax: 214-740-2805

Andy Cox’s practice is primarily devoted to general civil litigation matters, with a concentration in cases of eminent domain, premises liability, and other real property litigation matters. His eminent domain experience has included representation of electric utility companies in the acquisition of right of way easements for electric transmission line infrastructure, as well as the representation of multiple pipeline companies and municipalities in connection with the acquisition of necessary rights of way for oil and gas pipelines, roadways, and related infrastructure. He has experience in other real property litigation involving easements, trespass, nuisance, and general premises liability.

In addition to these primary practice areas, he has experience in a wide variety of general civil litigation matters, including the defense of personal injury and wrongful death cases dealing with vehicular accidents, workplace injuries, electric line contact cases, and toxic tort cases; the prosecution and defense of breach of contract suits and general business litigation matters; and the defense of employment discrimination and retaliation suits.

In addition to his civil litigation background and experience, Andy has also counseled clients regarding various real property issues including leases, mechanic’s liens, and other liens affecting real property.

Professional Memberships and Involvement

  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Member, Chapter 36, International Right-of-Way Association

Honors and Awards

  • Selected as a “Rising Star” by Thomson Reuters and published in Texas Monthly magazine for 2010, 2009, 2008, and 2007
  • Order of Barristers, Baylor University School of Law, December 2001

Publications and Speeches

  • “The Measure of Damages for Destruction of Trees in Violation of an Easement: The Texas Supreme Court’s Decision in Wheeler v. Enbridge Pipelines (East Texas), L.P.” Speech to January, 2015 meeting of Chapter 36, International Right-of-Way Association
  • “Temporary vs. Permanent Injury to Real Property,” Legal Article published in Headnotes, published by Dallas Bar Association (April, 2015)

Education and Professional Background

  • J.D., Baylor University School of Law, 2002
  • B.A., Baylor University, College of Arts and Sciences, cum laude, 1999

Court Admissions

  • Licensed by the Texas Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas
  • 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Phone: 214-740-3100
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