Blair Loocke is an active trial lawyer, dividing her time between complex energy litigation and prosecuting products liability issues. As an energy litigator, she handles high-stakes litigation, as well as arbitration. Blair has represented buyers and sellers of oil and gas interests in title defect disputes and has litigated disputes arising from oil and gas development agreements and joint operating agreements. She has arbitrated domestic and international matters under various arbitration regimes including the AAA and the ICDR.
Blair also advises clients in the energy industry prior to disputes on drafting litigation-related provisions. She has prosecuted and defended cases involving products liability issues, alleged violations of securities laws (including representing public companies, officers and directors, and special committees) and has assisted clients in responding to government investigations and special inquiries. Blair currently serves on the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee in the Depakote prescription drug litigation pending in the Southern District of Illinois.
Also active in the community, Blair serves as a member of the Houston Steering Committee of The University of Texas Law School Alumni Association and joined the Texas Bar Foundation in 2012. She is also a member of The Chancellor’s Council of The University of Texas System and The University of Texas Littlefield Society.
Publications and Speeches
“Mentoring in a Large Firm: Five Tips for Mentoring a New Associate,” The Houston Lawyer, September/October 2016.