Mr. Bashline's trial experience included such diverse cases as securities fraud claims, including civil RICO issues; employment law claims on behalf of both employers and employees; oil and gas lease disputes; commercial real estate disputes; law and medical partnership breakups; lender liability claims; medical malpractice defense; Oil Spill Recovery Act suits; Jones Act, FELA, and Longshore claims; product liability claims from automotive, agricultural, and aviation equipment; insurance coverage litigation for both insureds and insurers; and, in his early years with the Firm, numerous auto accident, slip and fall, and Workers’ Compensation suits appealing from Board awards. Mr. Bashline also represented clients before American Arbitration Association panels and was a trained mediator.
Additionally, beginning a few months after joining the Firm, and continuously until his retirement, Mr. Bashline maintained a substantial toxic tort and environmental damage practice for clients including Exxon Mobil Corporation, BNSF Railway Company, and Unimin Corporation.
Professional Publications and Presentations
Numerous lecture presentations on trial tactics and substantive issues in proprietary and industry legal seminars, including Harris Martin Publishers (silica related topics); Buckeye Seminars (FELA toxic tort issues; medical aspects of selected diseases), Chemical Manufacturers’ Association (silica trial tactics); Houston Claims Association (Insurance bad faith; various coverage topics); Texas Association of Railroad Trial Counsel (trial tactics).
(Double Board Certified, Civil Trial Law, Personal Injury Trial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization)
•American Bar Association
•State Bar of Texas
•Houston Bar Association
•Galveston County Bar Association
•Defense Research Institute
•National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel
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