Mr Bradley Benoit > Bracewell LLP > Houston, United States > Lawyer Profile

Bracewell LLP
STE 2300
United States

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For over 20 years, Brad Benoit has maintained a practice that serves both plaintiffs and defendants, something that sets him apart from many other litigators. This balance helps him see both sides of a case more clearly and provide his clients with a broader approach to complex commercial litigation. Following along with Bracewell’s core strengths, Brad focuses on representing clients in energy-related litigation, securities/derivative litigation, and bankruptcy-related litigation.


J.D., with highest honors, The University of Texas School of Law, 1999; B.S., Rice University, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Industry focus > Energy litigation: conventional power

Hardworking, dedicated and innovative‘, the team at Bracewell LLP represents a range of power producers in litigation and arbitration, and in proceedings involving state and federal regulatory bodies. In addition to its enforcement work, the team represents energy companies in domestic and cross-border commercial disputes covering conventional power issues and renewables. Stephen Crain heads the litigation practice and has a broad client base consisting of developers and producers, commodity traders and suppliers to the energy industry. Austin-based Deanna King and Andrew Zeve co-chair the energy litigation practice; King has broad expertise in litigation, mediation and arbitration, while Zeve is noted in particular for his knowledge of the oil and gas industry. Bradley Benoit is another name to note for commercial litigation, and Catherine McCarthy in Washington DC chairs the energy regulatory department. Named individuals are based in Houston unless stated otherwise.