- Energy Litigation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Natural Gas
- Crisis Management
- Commodities Enforcement & Investigations
|Contact Info||Telephone: 713.470.6112|
|University ||Vanderbilt University, B.A.|
|Law School||Southern Methodist University School of Law, J.D.|
Member, Litigation Section, Houston Bar Association
Elder, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church
Member, American Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Texas
David Baay represents the energy and healthcare industry in commercial litigation. His clients include multinational oil companies, drilling contractors, pipeline operators, oilfield service companies and multi-commodity traders. David also has significant experience defending healthcare corporations involved in commercial disputes and administrative proceedings.
David has significant trial and arbitration experience. Over the past several years, he helped to coordinate discovery efforts in an MDL proceeding that encompassed hundreds of fact and expert witness discovery and depositions. In those same proceedings, David served as a member of our client's internal investigation team with a focus on the forensic investigation related to the blowout preventer and the associated well-control equipment. He has deep experience advising clients on conducting pre-suit investigations assembled for the purpose of determining root cause and advising the client on impending litigation exposure.
Sutherland pursues successful pipeline insurance claims following a volcanic eruption that damaged client's equipment.
Sutherland wins personal injury suit for an international air carrier under Montreal Convention.
Sutherland represents international offshore drilling company in Gulf of Mexico oil spill litigation.
Awards and Rankings
Selected for inclusion among Texas Super Lawyers (2014)
Selected for inclusion among Texas Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” (2006, 2012-2013)
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Texas Supreme Court Limits Fraud Claims by Terminated Employees
David A. Baay,Thomas R. Bundy,Peter N. Farley,Sean D. Jordan,Allegra J. Lawrence-Hardy, May 27, 2014
In a case of first impression, the Supreme Court of Texas declared that at-will employees may not bring an action for fraud that is contingent on the promise of continued at-will employment. The Court also held that employees subject to a collective bargaining agreement are bound by the...
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