Gordon Wittick

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Gordon is a native of Houston who graduated from Rice University and attended Harvard Law School, where he took part in mock trial competitions and the Criminal Justice Institute, representing indigent clients facing felony charges.  He also worked as a Teaching Assistant in Professor Ogletree’s Trial Advocacy Workshop.

Gordon has represented insurance defense clients, both third party and first party, in matters across Texas, from Hemphill to Del Rio.  He is also experienced in a variety of commercial litigation matters.

As an attorney, Gordon is always searching for the key facts that establish liability or an affirmative defense.  Outside of the office he is the father of three boys, and enjoys attending choir recitals, track meets, and basketball tournaments.


  • Bachelor of Arts from Rice University, Magna Cum Laude in Mathematics
  • Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School



  • Won a jury verdict awarding primary custody to the father of two small children following a three-day trial.
  • Argued and won a motion for summary judgment on a premises liability matter alleging permanent injuries, then drafted the appellee brief which led to a favorable settlement.
  • Obtained multiple take-nothing verdicts through multiple summary judgment motions for clients in personal injury matters.
  • Judge entered a take-nothing verdict following a two-day bench trial for actions brought by a minority shareholder against a small business owner.



  • State Bar of Texas
  • The United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas