"We are problem solvers, tenacious in our dedication to solving our clients’ problems with integrity, grit, and proven results. "
After seventeen years in Haynes and Boone, LLP’s San Antonio office where he was a partner in the business litigation section, Trace Blair joined WigRum in 2014.
While at Haynes and Boone, Trace developed a thriving practice defending catastrophic injury and fatality claims in a wide variety of industries throughout Texas. Through his handling of more than 100 OSHA investigations in recent years, Trace developed a unique perspective while advising clients that are the focus of high stakes investigations and who are dealing with the aftermath of a catastrophic injury or fatality. In recent years, the majority of the accidents he handled occurred in the oil fields of South Texas.
“The continuing and devastating oilfield accidents in the Eagle Ford Shale region are the reason I left to open the Jourdanton office of Wigington, Rumley, Dunn & Blair, LLP.”
Trace also handles cases involving landowners and mineral owners in litigation and transactions sparked by the explosion of oil and gas activity in the Eagle Ford Shale. He has handled high stakes litigation involving shareholder and partnership disputes, shareholder oppression, and breaches of fiduciary duties.