Clay Rogers is a veteran trial lawyer with a long list of effective outcomes in courtrooms all over Texas and across the country. He has substantial experience handling every aspect of large-scale bankruptcy and insolvency-related litigation involving all types of corporate financial fraud, contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duties, fraudulent transfers, preference actions and malpractice committed by law firms, auditors, financial advisors and business valuation experts.
Clay also represents plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation covering a remarkably broad range of business issues, from broken contracts, UCC and warranty matters, construction litigation and lender liability to insurance recovery and claims, real property issues, environmental torts and products liability.
With previous experience as a CPA for a Big Four accounting firm and in SEC compliance for a Houston-based energy company, Clay is uniquely skilled at resolving cases that involve complicated financial structures and matters, asset-tracing and intensive damages analysis. Clients also benefit from his ability to evaluate the business consequences and legal risks associated with litigation, including issues related to corporate governance and compliance, public relations and reputation management, and ethics.