Travis Cox Attorney
Travis Cox has extensive experience in complex commercial litigation, business and fiduciary disputes, contract and construction matters, personal injury, property disputes, and fraud. He frequently negotiates contracts and counsels clients in risk management and litigation avoidance. Travis also has broad experience helping healthcare providers negotiate in-network and vendor contracts, navigate legislative changes and regulatory compliance, and litigate disputes.
In addition to defending clients’ rights in the courtroom, Travis is formally trained as a civil mediator, making him well-prepared to guide clients through alternative dispute resolution before trial and achieve cost-effective solutions to legal problems.
Travis graduated from the University of Texas with a degree from the prestigious Plan II Honors program and certificates in Business Foundations and Core Texts & Ideas, and received a Dean’s Scholarship to attend the SMU Dedman School of Law. Throughout law school, he successfully argued in moot court and served as a staff and article editor of the International Law Review Association. He also trained at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas—where he worked on complex cases involving fraud, kickback schemes, and personal injury defense—and with a highly-respected federal judge in the Southern District of Texas.
Away from the office, Travis enjoys spending time with his family at the ranch and on the coast, as well as following the Longhorns and Cowboys.
- Corporate & Securities
- Real Estate
- Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2017
- The University of Texas at Austin, Plan II Honors, B.A., 2014
- State Bar of Texas, 2017
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
- Represented multiple energy, construction, trucking and logistics companies in defense of multi-million-dollar wrongful death, survival and personal injury claims
- Represented business owners in multi-million-dollar contract, fraud, and fiduciary duty claims
- Obtained $1.4MM judgment in favor of owner against general contractor in commercial real estate construction case
- Negotiated $50MM sale of commercial real estate and $1.1MM sale of business equity
- State Bar of Texas
- Federal Bar Association
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers