Keith began his legal career in Austin, Texas as the Senior Law Clerk to former U.S. District Judge Jack Roberts, from 1978-1980. Since then Keith has devoted over thirty years assisting clients in resolving their environmental issues. He counsels clients in environmental matters involving solid waste, hazardous waste, Superfund, underground storage tanks, remediation, environmental litigation and permitting, environmental auditing, Brownfield issues and environmental aspects of commercial transactions.
Keith represents clients in matters involving waste management, waste reclamation, the manufacturing and distribution of chemicals, petroleum, petrochemicals and primary and secondary metals. He also defends and advocates on behalf of clients in the following areas: agribusiness, consumer products, metal plating, traditional and renewable electric power generation and cement production.
Keith served as common counsel for a group of six companies involved in a federal Superfund removal action. The removal action was successfully completed under budget resulting in group members receiving refunds of a portion of their money contributed for the removal action. He represented a Fortune 500 client in obtaining a Texas municipal-setting designation and voluntary cleanup program certificate of completion that concluded long and expensive remediation efforts at a former facility. Keith successfully argued to the Texas Railroad Commission that a previous site owner was solely responsible for investigating and remediating environmental releases on client’s property. Client’s consultants estimated the remediation costs to be approximately $10M.
In 2013 Keith was named a Fellow in the American College of Environmental Lawyers. At the time he joined DuBois Bryant & Campbell he was one of less than 10 active private practitioners in Texas to be so honored.
Mr. Holloway’s practice focuses on public and private mergers & acquisitions, securities law and general corporate representation. Now in his 30th year of practice with large Texas and Colorado firms and most recently as General Counsel of an Austin-based NYSE publicly traded energy company, Mr. Holloway has served clients ranging from emerging growth companies to public corporations and partnerships primarily in the energy, technology and food sectors. With experience across a broad spectrum of transactional structures, he has represented both buyers and sellers, licensees and licensors and public and private issuers and underwriters.
Mr. Holloway has also regularly represented clients in connection with issues regarding entity formation, corporate governance, employment and separation agreements, technology transfer, real estate leasing, loan agreements and general commercial agreements. Even prior to his role as General Counsel, he served a number of clients in the role as outside general counsel, working with clients on day-to-day decisions that required legal input. While General Counsel, he led his company’s legal efforts regarding its IPO, and he previously served as outside counsel for other energy and technology companies during their IPOs.
Lisa Davis has more than fifteen years experience advising on the laws and regulations that govern the health care industry, and has specialized expertise in the legal and regulatory constraints on the drug and device supply chain. Her services include advising clients on regulatory and operational compliance issues, reimbursement, contracting, and representing health care professionals and facilities in defense of their professional licenses.
Kara focuses her practice on numerous aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, leasing/subleasing, development of real estate and general real estate matters. She has prior experience as in-house counsel for a leading Texas real estate trade association and a multinational engineering firm focusing on public-private transportation projects.
Curran Walker is an experienced civil litigator specializing in commercial litigation and trials. Before joining DuBois, Bryant & Campbell, Curran practiced at the large Los Angeles-based firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and later started his own firm, CMW Litigation & Consulting. Curran maintains an active trial practice, having participated in numerous jury and bench trials in jurisdictions throughout the country, and he has successfully represented clients in both state and federal courts, as well as before the International Trade Commission. Curran’s experience includes intellectual property, securities, entertainment, partnership disputes, anti-trust, civil RICO, unfair competition, real property rights, and breach of contract. Curran’s practice encompasses a wide range of industry, including software, software development, toy design, manufacturing and retail, entertainment, insurance, financial institutions, real estate, health care, smartphone design and manufacturing, internet commerce, and telecommunications.
Travis focuses his practice on transactional law with a concentration on real estate, financing and corporate matters. Travis has represented management, executives and individuals in connection with a wide range of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, leasing/subleasing (tenant and landlord), construction and development of office, industrial, retail, multi-family, healthcare and energy projects. In addition, he has advised and counseled clients on the formation of joint ventures with debt and equity interests in commercial real estate projects.
Seth E. Meisel represents clients in bankruptcy court, as well as in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has been actively involved in all stages of Chapter 11 bankruptcy representation, both from a creditor’s and a debtor’s perspective. He also has substantial experience litigating a wide range of complex commercial disputes, employment disputes, construction matters, and a multitude of contract disputes and business torts with experience in jury trials, bench trials, administrative proceedings, arbitration, and mediation.
Previously, Mr. Meisel practiced law at Streusand, Landon & Ozburn, LLP, where he specialized in commercial bankruptcy matters, and at K&L Gates, LLP (formerly, Hughes & Luce, LLP), which was among the ten largest law firms in the United States. He graduated with honors from the University of Texas School of Law.
Scott Lineberry concentrates his practice on general corporate, real estate and transactional matters, representing individuals, business entities and financial institutions as clients. He has represented clients in merger and acquisition transactions, real estate transactions, lending transactions, and securities laws offerings (public and private) and compliance matters, as well as joint venture, strategic alliance and general contracting matters. He has also counseled many clients with respect to the formation and governance of partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies and joint ventures.
Robert concentrates his practice on finance and real estate transactions. He has represented individual, financial institution and corporate clients in the acquisition, disposition, development, leasing, ground leasing and financing of commercial real property, including single family, multi-family and mixed-use developments, office buildings, retail shopping centers and raw land. He has also represented numerous clients in the formation of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures, and has extensive experience in single family residential lending and mortgage banking transactions. Robert is a frequent speaker on real estate transactions to a variety of audiences, including real estate brokers, title companies, and financial lending institutions, and is the author of an integrated computer system for preparation of single family residential loan documents.
Rick has over 30 years of experience representing and advising a variety of real estate, financial institution and business clients in connection with their real estate, finance and business operations and transactions. Rick represents:
- Developers in office, residential, retail, industrial and mixed use developments
- Developers and governmental entities/not-for-profit entities in negotiating master development agreements pertaining to redevelopment of properties of such governmental entities such as former airport, water treatment, rail and power plant sites
- End users in campus headquarters acquisition, entitlements, development and construction
- Buyers and sellers in acquisition and disposition of real estate, including institutional clients in disposition and acquisition of real estate portfolios
- Developers and end users in zoning and other entitlement issues
- Lenders and borrowers in loan transactions and workouts
- Institutional investors and individuals in entity formation to develop, own and operate real estate
- Institutional investors in equity investments
- Operating companies in buying, selling and leasing property in multi-state transactions.
- Landlords and tenants in office, retail and industrial leases and in enforcement matters