- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Business and Corporate Litigation
- Personal Injury
Hailing from the Lone Star State, Mr. Dressler attended undergraduate school at The University of Texas at Austin and received his law degree from South Texas College of Law in 1998. Upon graduation, Brett practiced as a trial lawyer in Houston, TX and taught trial advocacy as an Adjunct Professor and Director of Varsity Trial Advocacy at South Texas College of Law. Brett was inducted into the Order of Barristers and was named South Texas College of Law Dean’s Most Outstanding Advocate for 1998, after twice winning the ATLA Regional Mock Trial Tournament and earning the Best Advocate award at NITA’s national Tournament of Champions.
Brett’s trial and appellate experience primarily consists of handling complex commercial litigation cases; however, he also has considerable experience in personal injury matters, insurance coverage disputes, construction litigation, legal and medical malpractice claims, attorney fee disputes, constitutional rights violations, and a variety of other experiences that enable him to solve problems by thinking outside the box. Brett is also a Major in the United States Army Reserve Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
University of Texas at Austin (1995) - BA in Philosophy
South Texas College of Law (1998) – JD
North Carolina (All State and Federal Courts), South Carolina (All State and Federal Courts),
Texas (All State Courts), United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Certified Mediator - Superior Court of North Carolina