Throughout his career, Jon has represented a variety of clients in commercial litigation. His commercial clients have included The First National Bank of Bryan, The Bank and Trust of Bryan/College Station, and Brazos Star Credit Union. He has represented the Brazos Central Appraisal District in appraisal litigation since 1993. For many years, Jon represented Coldwell Banker United, Realtors in litigation arising out of real estate transactions, and in such representation, he handled over 100 lawsuits in the greater Houston and Austin areas, and in East Texas and Brazos County. He successfully tried several of these cases to juries in Harris County and Travis County.
He has represented numerous individuals and small business owners in litigation relating to real estate, contracts, oil and gas disputes, and employment disputes. He was appointed as special counsel by the United States Bankruptcy Court to pursue fraudulent transfers by a debtor, and he has extensive experience in debt collection matters. More recently, Jon has represented numerous clients in probate and fiduciary litigation, including will contests and claims of breach of fiduciary duty.
Jon is a Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation and has achieved membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates. He is also a member of several organizations, including the Brazos County Bar association, and the State Bar of Texas sections on litigation, business litigation, construction law, consumer law, and taxation law.
His practice includes the following areas:
Real estate litigation
Tax appraisal litigation
Trials and appeals
Personal injury litigation
Jury verdict for electrical contractor sued by a bank. The bank alleged that electrical contractor conspired with another bank customer to defraud bank and to convert equipment and other property securing loans by bank.
Jury verdict in defense of real estate broker in suit arising out of mold infestation of substantial home in Houston, Texas.
Jury verdict in defense of physicians in suit by former physician employee alleging breach of contract and fraudulent inducement.
Jury verdict in defense of real estate broker and agent in suit arising out of alleged toxic chemical contamination of a Texas city.
Jury verdict in defense of attorney in legal malpractice suit arising out of real estate transaction.
Jury verdict in defense of bank in suit by construction loan customer alleging funding irregularities.
Jury verdict in defense of real estate broker and agent in suit arising out of residential subdivision built on site of oil and gas operations.
Summary judgment affirmed on appeal in favor of Appraisal District in suit pertaining to exemption claim.
Numerous summary judgments in suits against real estate agents and their broker arising out of residential property transactions.
Summary judgment in favor of bank in suit by former customer. Judgment affirmed by Court of Appeals by successful assertion of alter ego defense.
Summary judgment in favor of employer in Title VII claim, affirmed by United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.
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Bryan, Texas 77802
Located in Bryan, Texas, Rodgers, Miller & Rodriguez P.C., serves clients throughout Texas, including Anderson, Bellville, Brenham, Caldwell, Cameron, College Station, Conroe, Crockett, Fairfield, Franklin, Giddings, Groesbeck, Hearne, Huntsville, Madisonville, Marlin, Navasota, Rockdale and Taylor.
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