I establish open communication with my clients so I can understand their problems not only from a legal standpoint, but also how those problems will truly impact their businesses. This approach allows me to explore different alternatives for resolving disputes, address developing issues proactively before they become real problems and keep clients from litigating as a full-time job.
Energy and real estate clients call on Preston Kamin to handle complex commercial disputes in courthouses across Texas. Although Preston handles all business-related litigation, his practice most often includes cases involving contract and partnership disputes, real estate, fiduciary duties, trade secret theft and non-compete enforcement.
Preston grew up working in a family business, so he has a first-hand appreciation for the long hours his clients spend building successful companies and how prolonged litigation can distract them from concentrating on their core business. Preston is a trial lawyer first, but he always tries to find unconventional, cost-effective ways to solve clients’ problems quickly and avoid litigation altogether.
Before joining the firm, Preston served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John D. Rainey of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. This experience gave Preston unique perspective on how complex cases are evaluated behind the scenes and the effectiveness of different tactics in the courtroom.