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G. Alan Teague

G. Alan Teague

Director

14643 Dallas Parkway
Suite 625
Dallas, Texas 75254

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Office: 214-545-6389
Fax: 214-442-7973
Additional Offices: Houston

As Director to Galloway, Alan serves as a civil litigator to the firm, with the concentration of his practice focusing on maritime, insurance defense and commercial litigation matters. His clientele have ranged from multinational companies to locally based businesses, as well as various insurance carriers and government entities. Throughout his career, Alan has litigated multiple high-damage exposure lawsuits in both federal and state venues, with such actions ranging from complex contractual disputes to purported brain injury cases. He has successfully tried both jury and bench trials to verdict, as well as presented oral arguments before appellate courts.

Prior to joining the firm, Alan practiced more than a decade in the U.S. Virgin Islands, having initially been associated with a local defense firm before opening his own law practice. His representation included several resort properties, a major gasoline wholesaler, an international automobile manufacturer and various oil refinery subcontractors. Given the size of the legal community in the Territory, Alan was also appointed on occasion by the local courts to defend indigent citizens in various criminal, juvenile and family law actions. He served as a member of the Board of Governors with the Virgin Islands Bar Association, and volunteered for the local high school moot court competition as an attorney coach.

Several highlights of Alan’s career include:

  • Designation as a Special Assistant Attorney General to assist in the representation of the Governor and the Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the consolidated lawsuits filed by multiple unions challenging the constitutionality of the V.I. Economic Stability Act of 2011. Served as lead trial counsel during the federal bench trial, with all counts having been dismissed by the court.
  • Lead defense trial counsel representing a former hospital CEO in the highly publicized white-collar criminal action People v. Rodney Miller, et al. Trial spanned six-weeks, ultimately resulting in a hung jury as to all nineteen counts charged against the client.
  •  Representation of an international hotel company in a multimillion dollar complex contractual dispute.
  •  Representation of a gasoline wholesaler in a declaratory judgment action that successfully challenged the local Government’s attempt to regulate the wholesale price of gasoline in the Territory.
  • Representation of an international automobile manufacturer in a local franchise termination dispute.

OVERVIEW

As Director to Galloway, Alan serves as a civil litigator to the firm, with the concentration of his practice focusing on maritime, insurance defense and commercial litigation matters. His clientele have ranged from multinational companies to locally based businesses, as well as various insurance carriers and government entities. Throughout his career, Alan has litigated multiple high-damage exposure lawsuits in both federal and state venues, with such actions ranging from complex contractual disputes to purported brain injury cases. He has successfully tried both jury and bench trials to verdict, as well as presented oral arguments before appellate courts.

Prior to joining the firm, Alan practiced more than a decade in the U.S. Virgin Islands, having initially been associated with a local defense firm before opening his own law practice. His representation included several resort properties, a major gasoline wholesaler, an international automobile manufacturer and various oil refinery subcontractors. Given the size of the legal community in the Territory, Alan was also appointed on occasion by the local courts to defend indigent citizens in various criminal, juvenile and family law actions. He served as a member of the Board of Governors with the Virgin Islands Bar Association, and volunteered for the local high school moot court competition as an attorney coach.

Several highlights of Alan’s career include:

  • Designation as a Special Assistant Attorney General to assist in the representation of the Governor and the Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the consolidated lawsuits filed by multiple unions challenging the constitutionality of the V.I. Economic Stability Act of 2011. Served as lead trial counsel during the federal bench trial, with all counts having been dismissed by the court.
  • Lead defense trial counsel representing a former hospital CEO in the highly publicized white-collar criminal action People v. Rodney Miller, et al. Trial spanned six-weeks, ultimately resulting in a hung jury as to all nineteen counts charged against the client.
  •  Representation of an international hotel company in a multimillion dollar complex contractual dispute.
  •  Representation of a gasoline wholesaler in a declaratory judgment action that successfully challenged the local Government’s attempt to regulate the wholesale price of gasoline in the Territory.
  • Representation of an international automobile manufacturer in a local franchise termination dispute.

EDUCATION & ADMISSIONS

Education

  • Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, J.D.
  • Louisiana Tech University, B.S.

Admissions

  • Texas
  • Louisiana
  • Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana
  • U.S. Virgin Islands (inactive)

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • The State Bar of Texas
  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar