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J.D. 2004 South Texas College of Law, Summa Cum Laude (Top 2%)
B.A. 2001 Texas Tech University
Honorable Justice John Sharp Anderson of the Fourteenth Court of Appeals
U.S. Supreme Court
Supreme Court of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
All State and Federal Courts in Texas
James Crewse is a litigation attorney specializing in high-stakes civil disputes, and providing legal counsel to small and medium size businesses, business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs. James has litigated numerous complex business, employment, construction, and intellectual property disputes, including business divorce and partnership disputes, enforcement and defense of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, breach of contract and unpaid account claims, claims alleging torts such as fraud, misappropriation and use of trade secrets, negligence, and unfair and deceptive trade practices, and cases seeking temporary restraining orders, temporary injunctions, and other injunctive relief.
James has represented a wide variety of clients, including small and large business, business owners and executives, high-net worth individuals, startups, investors, consumers, partners and partnerships, entrepreneurs, construction companies and contractors, manufacturers, material suppliers, condominium associations, transportation and e-commerce companies, and national and regional banks and investment companies, among others.
James also serves as local counsel to law firms and clients in federal court cases pending in the Northern District of Texas and Texas state court cases in Dallas Fort Worth, and has litigated, as both lead and local counsel, claims for injunctive relief and has pursued various pre and post-judgment remedies and discovery to enforce and satisfy judgments, especially including writs of garnishment.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Crewse separately served as a judicial intern at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals for Justice Richard Edelman and former Texas Supreme Court Justice Scott Brister and subsequently served as a judicial clerk and briefing attorney for Justice John Sharp Anderson of the Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas.