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About Patrick

Patrick Caballero practices civil litigation with particular experience representing commercial clients in the prosecution and defense of business torts, oil and gas litigation, construction litigation, products and premises liability suits and toxic tort matters. He has first-chair jury trial experience representing clients in state court, as well as experience with both arbitration and mediation.

Prior to joining Bracewell, Patrick served as a law clerk for the Honorable Harriet O’Neill on the Texas Supreme Court.


Recent Notable Matters

Shell Oil Company — first-chair jury trial representation in petroleum pipeline dispute

Honeywell International Inc. — more than 50 asbestos and silica exposure cases

Huntington Ingalls Industries — shipyard asbestos exposure cases

ETC Texas Pipeline — case involving alleged personal injury and property damage as a result of exposure to toxic chemicals

Convenience store association — litigation with retail electric provider before the Public Utility Commission

Publications and Speeches

"Understanding Recent Changes to AIA Form Contracts," Construction Executive, November 28, 2017

“The Impact of Full Disclosure,” Construction Today, April 2017

“Bench Strength-Preparing New Attorneys for the Courtroom,” AustinLawyer, December 2016/January 2017.

"Finally, Clarity On Spoliation Under Texas Law,” Law360, July 2014.



The University of Texas School of Law,
The University of Texas at Austin,
Bachelor of Arts

Bar Admissions



Hispanic Bar Association of Austin
President, 2009 - 2010; Treasurer, 2007 - 2010; Past President 2010 - 2011
Austin Bar Association
Member, Judicial Affairs Committee, 2007 - 2009
Austin Young Lawyers Association
The University of Texas at Austin
Hispanic Alumni Steering Committee
Texas Bar Foundation
Fellow, 2013 - 2016
Austin Bar Foundation
Fellow, 2016





Thomson Reuters
Texas Super Lawyers
Rising Star, 2009 - 2016
The University of Texas School of Law
Texas Law Review
Honorable Harriet O’Neill on the Texas Supreme Court
Law clerk, 2002 - 2003.