Brad J. Davidson, Partner

Brad is AV rated by peer-review attorney surveys in Martindale Hubble and rated a client gold champion by his clients through Martindale Hubble client reviews. Brad maintains a general civil business practice including business formation, transactions, and general civil litigation & appeals, including commercial litigation, large scale commercial collections litigation, construction litigation, business dispute litigation, and general business and intellectual property litigation, as well as labor and employment litigation defense, including defense of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Collective Action Claims.

Brad has also served as local counsel and co-counsel with Dallas-based intellectual property counsel in litigation matters involving copyright and trademark matters.

Brad graduated magna cum laude from the Texas Tech University School of Law in 2002 and has been licensed to practice in state courts in Texas since November of 2002. Brad was sworn in by the New Mexico Supreme Court and licensed to practice law in the state courts of New Mexico on October 16, 2017. Leveraging his undergraduate chemical engineering degree (B.S. ChE, 1992 Texas A&M University), seven (7) years of work experience for a major U.S. based Fortune 500 petrochemical company in engineering, human resources, and corporate materials and energy procurement job functions, as well as his Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) credits from Auburn University, Brad serves many business clients across Texas and New Mexico as an outside general business and civil litigation counsel. He also serves as a general civil practice attorney for many individual clients for one-time and repeat civil litigation, business formation and business transactional matters.

Brad has practiced twenty (20) years, having ten (10) of those years as a partner with one of Lubbock’s finest and most prestigious law firms, he has represented and advised clients in nearly every area of law touching small businesses in both Texas and New Mexico including business formations, ownership changes, sales and acquisitions (asset and stock/ownership purchase and sale transactions for partnerships, limited liability companies, and small corporations), contracts of all types, business litigation, real estate, oil & gas, construction (including construction finance, mechanics and materialman’s liens, and contractor disputes), real estate acquisition, leasing and finance, employment law (including wage, overtime, unemployment and discrimination disputes), executive, employment and independent contractor agreements and disputes, noncompete, nonsolicitation and nondisclosure agreements and disputes, intellectual property disputes (including trademarks, trade secrets and copyrights), collections, as well as personal injury and property / casualty litigation, insurance defense and other insurance litigation, and corporate succession planning, estate and wealth succession planning, wills, probate and estate administration.

Brad seeks to represent clients with legal excellence while giving well-rounded, holistic business and legal advice with ethical, practical and personal perspectives.

Bar and Court Admissions:

  • State Bar of Texas, 2002
  • Admission to New Mexico Bar – October, 2017
  • Federal District Court for the Northern District of Texas, 2003
  • Federal District Court for the Western District of Texas, 2015
  • Federal District Court for the Southern District of Texas, 2016
  • Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, 2016
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit – July, 2018
  • Federal Bankruptcy Court(s) for the Northern, Western, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas – 2016-2019


  • Texas A & M University (B.S. Chemical Engineering 1992)
  • Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. 2002 Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif)
  • Texas Tech Law Review Member 2000-02
  • Outstanding Casenote/Comment Editor Texas Tech Law Review 2001-02
  • Publications: Balancing Parental Choice, State Interest, and the Establishment Clause: Constitutional Guidelines for States’ School-Choice Legislation, 33 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 435 (2002); Outstanding Student Article – Book 2, Volume 32
  • American Jurisprudence/CALI Awards in – Legal Practice, Income Tax, Patent Law, Constitutional Law.

Memberships and Professional Recognitions:

  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of New Mexico
  • Lubbock Area Bar Association
  • Member of the Texas Bar Fellows as of 2019
  • Texas Association of Defense Counsel
  • Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Leadership Lubbock Class of 2007-08
  • Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Leadership Lubbock Steering Committee 2008-09