Bailey Brauer is nationally recognized for its trial and appellate work and provides battle-tested, sophisticated courtroom experience in high-stakes litigation matters. Led by veteran trial and appellate lawyers Clayton Bailey and Alex Brauer, the firm focuses on complex commercial litigation, agribusiness, appeals, and class actions. Both in Texas and across the United States, they’ve successfully resolved legal issues for clients ranging from international corporations to individuals.
The firm's attorneys offer tremendous value by providing battle-tested, sophisticated courtroom experience forged over many years practicing at some of the world’s largest firms. Unlike big firms, however, they provide these services in a more cost-effective manner. For instance, you won’t find layers of lawyers handling your work. They don't train young lawyers on your dime. And you won’t see charges for items like in-house printing costs or postage on your bill, because Bailey Brauer believes those costs should be part of their billing rate–and they are.
At Bailey Brauer, you get qualified, experienced lawyers handling your most complex legal matters, without the overhead and bureaucracy that come with hiring a large firm.
Recently, the firm was selected to the list of Most Feared Litigation Firms in 2017 and 2018 by BTI Consulting Group, as well as to the Industry Power Rankings for Law Firms with the Best Client Relationships, according to a survey of GCs and in-house counsel. In addition, Bailey Brauer is ranked among the Best Law Firms for Appellate Law by Best Lawyers and U.S. News.
- Administrative Enforcement Actions
- Agribusiness and Food
- Breach of Contract
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Business Torts
- Claims Before the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals
- Class and Collective Actions
- Complex Commercial Litigation
- Complex Tort / Products Liability / Personal Injury
- Injunctive Relief
- Trade Secrets
- Wrongful Death
Firm Practice Areas
- Administrative / Regulatory Law
- Agriculture Law
- Antitrust Law
- Appellate Practice
- Commercial Litigation
- Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law
- Trade Secrets Law