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About Andrea

Andrea Broyles focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation. She represents and counsels clients in areas including consumer finance, banking, real estate, energy/oil and gas, telecommunications, commercial contract disputes and landlord/tenant disputes.

Andrea provides legal counsel in all aspects of the litigation process in both federal and state courts in Texas and across the United States, including trials, appeals and alternative dispute resolutions. She also has experience with real estate due diligence, with an emphasis on telecom assets.

Experience

Recent Notable Matters

Community bank — defended a community bank in a suit in which investors asserted claims for aiding and abetting securities fraud

Renewable energy company — defended renewable energy company against claims that it interfered with another company’s current and prospective customers by submitting bids and entering into contracts to engineer, procure or construct solar power generation facilities

Technology company — defended a technology company against claims of breach of contract for terminating an officer of the company

Bank holding company — defended a bank holding company in a lawsuit in which the plaintiff sought to certify a class to bring claims of securities fraud

Financial Institution — represented a financial institution in a qui tam lawsuit brought against the institution for violations of the False Claims Act

Bank — defended a bank in several related lawsuits in which certain investors asserted claims under the Texas Securities Act

Telecommunications corporation — defended a telecommunications corporation on landlord/tenant issues relating to the lease of certain cell phone towers

Commodities broker — represented a commodities broker in a breach of contract lawsuit against its supplier

Bank — defended a bank in a suit relating to allegations that the bank acted with fraud in the sale of a security by purportedly failing to disclose material information and making false representations relating to regulatory investigations

Futures commission merchant — defended a futures commission merchant against allegations that the company violated the Texas Securities Act

Technology company — defended a technology company against claims of breach of contract by a former officer of the company

Credentials

Education

Baylor Law School,
J.D.
2012
magna cum laude
Texas Christian University,
B.S.
2009
cum laude

Bar Admissions

Texas

News

Noteworthy

Noteworthy

Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program
Volunteer of the Month, August 2018
68th District Court of Texas
Intern
18th District Court of Texas
Intern
204th District Court of Texas
Intern
Baylor University Law School
Baylor Law Review
Senior Articles Editor
Baylor University Law School
Order of the Barristers

Events

Past Events