When a client encounters a problem, out-of-the-box advice doesn’t cut it. I work to craft creative and efficient solutions that take my client’s goals to heart. Every case gets my thorough attention. That helps me plot effective—and often innovative—strategies and arguments that achieve the best results for my client.
Brent Rubin advocates for individuals, businesses, and government entities in litigation at the trial and appellate levels. Brent’s practice encompasses complex business disputes, including non-compete/non-solicitation issues, insurance coverage, and real estate and construction matters.
Brent represents both plaintiffs and defendants in claims of breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference. He has represented clients as first-chair trial counsel and has presented oral argument on appeal. He has also drafted, argued, and won dispositive motions in both state and federal court and has substantial experience with motions to dismiss under the Texas Citizens Participation Act, Texas’s anti-SLAPP statute. Additionally, Brent assists the firm’s clients with immigration issues.
A highly effective communicator, Brent uses his writing and oral advocacy skills to advance his clients’ interests. He has a particular fondness for appellate work and enjoys taking on thorny and weighty legal issues and carefully navigating them to persuade courts. Before joining the firm, Brent gained valuable experience while clerking for the Honorable Priscilla R. Owen on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Brent relishes the opportunity to try cases. His calm, steady presence and thoughtful manner serve his clients well in the courtroom.
As a Dallas native, Brent is committed to serving his community. He serves as the Vice-Chair of the Dallas City Plan Commission as the mayor’s appointee, where he weighs in on essential land use issues and helps visualize the city’s future. As a member of the Plan Commission, he serves the chair of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan Committee, which is charged with updating and rewriting the City’s ForwardDallas Comprehensive Plan. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas.