Gabe Oxford focuses her practice on resolving complex commercial disputes. With particular experience in the energy and construction industries, she has experience handling litigation related to a wide variety of matters for commercial and industrial projects, including matters related to the construction of natural gas pipelines and compressor stations, residential and multifamily projects, and frac-sand-mining facilities. In addition, she has extensive experience with construction defect cases, partnership disputes, and advising owners, developers, and contractors on major infrastructure projects, including PPP projects.
Her experience includes an array of environmental regulatory, commercial litigation and debtor-creditor rights issues. She also has experience working for and representing governmental entities, including navigation districts in disputes relating to land and water rights issues.
During law school, Gabe worked at the Railroad Commission of Texas and the Texas Water Development Board, and as a policy analyst for a Texas senator. She also served as the committee clerk for the Senate Select Committee on Texas Ports. Gabe leverages this experience to advise clients on regulatory and policy matters.