Heath Novosad has nearly 15 years of experience as a general civil litigation attorney, representing clients in federal and state courts in the trial of complex commercial disputes, business torts, patent infringement lawsuits and insurance litigation.
He represents clients in a variety of industries including insurance, oil and gas, mining, technology, financial services, telecommunications, global trade and real estate development.
Recent Notable Matters
Huntsman Corporation — represented Huntsman in the prosecution of claims against its former insurance broker, Marsh, alleging federal antitrust and RICO claims and state law claims of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty
Former officers and directors of an oil and gas company — represented the clients who were being sued for breach of fiduciary duty. Ben Floyd, Trustee of the Estate of Seven Seas Petroleum Inc. v. Robert A. Hefner III, et al.; C.A. No. 03-5693, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Housing development company and its affiliates — represented the client accused of a conspiracy to artificially inflate the value of the homes they sold. Emerson Home Buyers Association, an Informal Association of April Underwood, et al. v. Emerson Manufactured Homes Ltd., et al.; in the 410th Judicial District Court of Montgomery County, Texas.
Individual — represented the client who sued former business partners for breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract. EMM Ventures Ltd., et al. v. M.R.E. Enterprises Inc., et al.; in the 270th Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas.
ASARCO LLC — represented Arizona-based copper mining company against an Indian conglomerate for breach of asset purchase agreement. Case No. 10-02010; ASARCO LLC v. Sterlite (USA), Inc. and Sterlite Industries (India), Ltd., In the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, Corpus Christi Division