Reece Rondon
T 832-681-5403
M 832-577-2043
F 713-871-8962


As a shareholder at Hall Maines Lugrin, Reece focuses his practice on trying commercial disputes, including coverage and subrogation litigation involving the London and domestic energy insurance market. His breadth of practice over the last 20 years gives him a distinctive point of view with which to advise clients and represent them in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration tribunals. As recently noted by opposing counsel, “I found Reece to be an extremely well prepared lawyer who was well-versed in the substantive law and in evidentiary issues. He is the rare breed of litigator who can aggressively promote his client’s interest while still maintaining his professionalism.”

Prior to joining Hall Maines Lugrin, Reece served with distinction as a Texas District Court judge for nearly nine years, presiding over more than 125 jury trials. He also worked on corporate/securities matters for a national law firm, advising clients on mergers, acquisitions and public securities offerings. In addition, Reece taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Houston Law Center for over four years.

With a broad background of experience, Reece brings to the table an ability to see many different aspects of a case. His unique perspective allows him to quickly understand the issues—not just in the context of the courtroom but also in that of his client’s business. As a trial attorney in an energy boutique law firm, Reece frequently finds this perspective to be invaluable to the firm’s clients and that it often becomes the difference between winning and losing.

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