Gary M. Jewell


Gary Martin Jewell has engaged in a diverse trial practice for over 30 years. Gary presently represents clients in the broad range of business litigation, arbitration, and mediation and has significant experience in the areas of fiduciary duty, corporate governance, insurance, oil and gas, and securities litigation. He also has experience handling a variety of other matters including probate, intellectual property, products liability, personal injury, real estate, family, and employment law matters. Gary is also a trained mediator and is AV Peer Review Rated Preeminent by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.

Gary received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas in 1981 and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from St. Mary’s University School of Law at San Antonio, Texas in 1990. Following law school, Gary served as the Briefing Attorney for Justice Michol O’Connor of the First District Court of Appeals, Houston, Texas.

Selected Client Representations

Gary has also had the privilege to represent clients in a broad spectrum of civil litigation matters, such as:

  • Represented a substantial investor against his investment advisor for fraud and self-dealing
  • Represented a public credit union in various financing, employment, and collection litigation matters
  • Represented a public hospital group in real estate litigation and various contract disputes
  • Represented a public manufacturing company in multi-million dollar contract dispute
  • Represented an investor group holding rights to sunken treasure off the coast of Colombia
  • Represented oilfield workers working offshore in Nigeria that were murdered by pirates as a result of inadequate security
  • Represented a public labor supply company in an international matter involving allegations of unlawful human trafficking
  • Represented a private individual in a family matter resulting in a payout that exceeded $25 million
  • Represented a public online retailer in a multi-million dollar securities trading matter
  • Represented a public manufacturer of electronic components in a multi-million dollar securities trading matter
  • Represented an international telecom company in a multi-million dollar securities trading matter
  • Represented national athletic celebrities in a matter involving allegations of sexual assault
  • Represented a bank officer in a matter involving allegations of breach of fiduciary and fraud
  • Represented a class of injured individuals in a class action toxic-tort matter
  • Represented multiple real estate holdings (such as apartment complexes) in matters involving sexual assault and murder
  • Represented an insurer in an arson matter
  • Represented a private individual in a minority shareholder oppression matter
  • Represented a private individual in multi-million dollar real estate deal
  • Represented a private landowner in a multi-million dollar toxic dumping matter
  • Represented a private investor in a dispute over a multi-million dollar office building in downtown Houston, Texas, and secured a summary judgment in favor of the investor
  • Represented several large apartment complexes in multi-million dollar premises liability matters
  • Represented a prominent real estate partnership in a series of commercial real estate transactions
  • Represented over 270 royalty owners in multiple counties in South Texas asserting claims against an operator and its joint venture partner for royalty underpayment
  • Appellate counsel in a number of State Courts of Appeals

State and Federal Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of New York
  • Southern District of Texas
  • Northern District of Texas
  • Fifth Circuit / U.S. Court of Appeals
  • Eastern District of Texas
  • Western District of Texas
  • Western District of Colorado
  • Southern District of New York

Professional Affiliations

  • Houston Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • New York Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Associations

Gary settled in Kingwood, Texas after bouncing around the globe as a “military brat.” He is married and has a daughter and a son – both of whom are “Aggies.” Along with being an avid sporting clays enthusiast, Gary enjoys recreational scuba diving, spearfishing, bird hunting, saltwater fishing – and much to the chagrin of his wife – computer gaming.