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Chad E. Stewart is an associate in the Houston office of King & Spalding and a member of the firm’s Contracts and Business Torts practice.  Chad’s practice focuses on complex commercial disputes in a variety of industries, including energy, manufacturing, automotive, financial services, and technology, among others.  Chad’s practice includes key roles representing clients in state courts, federal courts, and arbitrations across the country in all aspects of litigation from initial investigation to trial.

Prior to joining the firm, Chad served as a judicial clerk for Justice Jane Bland on the Texas First Court of Appeals. He graduated from Duke University School of law, where he was an Articles Editor on Law and Contemporary Problems. He majored in economics at the University of Texas at Austin where his focus was on statistics and econometrics.

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Credentials

J.D., Duke University School of Law

B.A., Economics, The University of Texas at Austin, with high honors

Texas

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Judicial Clerk, Hon. Jane Bland, Texas First Court of Appeals

American Bar Association

Houston Bar Association

Houston Young Lawyers Association

Matters

Represented an international automotive company at trial in federal district court in theft of trade secret and fraud case brought by a former contractor. 

Represented a leading paper manufacturer at trial in Texas state court in a breach of contract and fraud case brought by a construction contractor.

Represented an international enterprise networking company at trial in Delaware Chancery Court in an appraisal action brought by dissenting shareholders after a merger.

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Represented an international automotive company at trial in federal district court in theft of trade secret and fraud case brought by a former contractor. 

Represented a leading paper manufacturer at trial in Texas state court in a breach of contract and fraud case brought by a construction contractor.

Represented an international enterprise networking company at trial in Delaware Chancery Court in an appraisal action brought by dissenting shareholders after a merger.

Represented major energy company in an insurance recovery arbitration related to a refinery accident.

Represented a leading paper manufacturer regarding multi-billion dollar environmental dispute with local government.

Insights

Energy Law Exchange

April 15, 2019
Disclaiming Reliance in Texas Requires Specificity

Newsletter

April 9, 2019
Energy Newsletter April 2019

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Matters

Represented an international automotive company at trial in federal district court in theft of trade secret and fraud case brought by a former contractor. 

Represented a leading paper manufacturer at trial in Texas state court in a breach of contract and fraud case brought by a construction contractor.

Represented an international enterprise networking company at trial in Delaware Chancery Court in an appraisal action brought by dissenting shareholders after a merger.

See more
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Close

Matters

Represented an international automotive company at trial in federal district court in theft of trade secret and fraud case brought by a former contractor. 

Represented a leading paper manufacturer at trial in Texas state court in a breach of contract and fraud case brought by a construction contractor.

Represented an international enterprise networking company at trial in Delaware Chancery Court in an appraisal action brought by dissenting shareholders after a merger.

Represented major energy company in an insurance recovery arbitration related to a refinery accident.

Represented a leading paper manufacturer regarding multi-billion dollar environmental dispute with local government.

Insights

Energy Law Exchange

April 15, 2019
Disclaiming Reliance in Texas Requires Specificity

Newsletter

April 9, 2019
Energy Newsletter April 2019

View all

Credentials

J.D., Duke University School of Law

B.A., Economics, The University of Texas at Austin, with high honors

Texas

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Judicial Clerk, Hon. Jane Bland, Texas First Court of Appeals

American Bar Association

Houston Bar Association

Houston Young Lawyers Association