Nick Reisch has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in civil lawsuits in state and federal courts. He has also represented numerous clients in arbitration proceedings.
Nick has represented clients in a substantial number of trials as both primary attorney (first chair) and assisting attorney (second chair). He has developed considerable experience in handling the procedural and legal aspects of lawsuits and trials, including appeals and motions to dismiss claims for legal reasons. He also has experience in lawsuits brought under TUFTA (Texas Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act).
While he primarily represents clients in lawsuits in Harris County, Texas, he also has provided counsel in lawsuits in many other Texas counties and other states, including California, Florida, and Michigan.
Nick is committed to providing his clients with an upfront analysis of legal disputes as well as the potential outcomes. His approach allows clients to make informed decisions about a lawsuit before they have spent substantial money.
In addition to his regular law practice, Nick has volunteered with the Houston Bar Association’s “Legal Lines” program to answer general questions that members of the public may have about legal issues. He has also represented clients on a pro bono basis as part of the Houston Volunteer Lawyers program.
- The University of Texas School of Law, 2004 (J.D.)
- University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 2001 (B.S.)
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas
- Houston Bar Association, Legal Lines Program
- Houston Volunteer Lawyers
- Houston Bar Association