Andrew Jee is a veteran trial lawyer representing clients in all state and federal courts in Texas—especially in contentious cases likely to go to trial.
Past Civil Cases
- Defended president of a Dallas based company in a lawsuit seeking $100+ million in damages for breach of contract, fraud, deceptive trade practices, and related claims. All claims dismissed prior to trial.
- Defended chairman of a Dallas based company in a lawsuit seeking $3+ million in damages for breach of contract, fraud, and related claims. All claims dismissed prior to trial.
- Defended the spouse of a company president who was sued for fraudulent transfer of certain company assets, conspiracy, and related claims. Plaintiff sought $2+ million. Defense verdict after a three day trial.
- Defended medical professional sued for fraud, deceptive trade practices, and breach of contract by another medical professional. Jury returned a defense verdict after a four day trial.
- Represented plaintiff as co-counsel in personal injury case in Collin County, Texas. Successfully obtained a verdict in favor of plaintiff after a three day jury trial.
- Represented law firm and two of its attorneys sued by opposing party for malicious prosecution. Obtained defense verdict after three day trial.
- Represented plaintiff in a case against client’s former attorney for breach of fiduciary duty. Jury returned a verdict in favor of plaintiff after five day trial.
- Represented corporate plaintiff in an action to enforce non-competition agreements of multiple departing executives. Obtained highly favorable settlement for client after trial court granted client’s temporary restraining order.
- Represented defendant in overturning $250,000 default judgment for negligent conduct. Court subsequently granted summary judgment dismissing all claims against defendant.
- Successfully represented numerous employers and employees at hearings seeking injunctive relief relating to non-competition agreements.
- Successfully represented numerous clients at bench trials involving breach of contract actions on both the plaintiff and defendant side of the docket.
Past Criminal Cases
- Defended financial professional indicted multiple times for misapplication of fiduciary property valued at over $3+ million. All charges dismissed.
- Defended client accused of felony assault with a deadly weapon/intoxication assault after automobile crash in which multiple participants were airlifted for emergency medical treatment. All charges dismissed prior to trial.
- Defended client who assaulted a “certified peace officer” employed by the local Sheriff’s Department. Client stated he acted in self defense. After hearing from eight witnesses, the jury returned a “Not Guilty” verdict.
- Defended martial arts instructor accused of assaulting a young student. After hearing from five witnesses, the jury returned a “Not Guilty” verdict.
- Defended educator accused of sexual contact with student. All charges dismissed after defense presentation to grand jury.
- Defended president of Dallas area company alleged to have assaulted young woman by four eye witnesses. Jury found defendant “Not Guilty.”
- Defended client accused of a felony DWI (4th offense). State reduced charged to a misdemeanor DWI (1st offense) and defendant was sentenced to time served (less than 1 day) after trial court heard defendant’s pre-trial motions challenging the inadmissibility of state’s scientific evidence.
- Defended business executive for possession of a firearm at an airport in Dallas. Case dismissed and firearm returned after defense presentation to grand jury.
- Defended attorney before the state bar grievance committee’s evidentiary panel in proceeding to disbar attorney. Committee issued attorney with a private reprimand. Represented attorney in a district court proceeding brought by the state bar to disbar attorney. Obtained a short suspension after a one day trial.
- Obtained dismissals of numerous professional disciplinary complaints (bar grievances) brought against attorneys practicing in the Dallas area.