With more than 35 years of experience, Bob Schick is an accomplished litigator who has represented major corporations at the trial and appellate levels in jurisdictions across the country. His diverse practice includes clients from such industries as energy, chemicals, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals.
His products liability experience includes serving as the primary trial lawyer for a major pharmaceutical manufacturer in suits related to the use of prescription and over-the-counter drugs and as the lead national defense counsel for a building component manufacturer in eight statewide and two nationwide class actions.
Bob has extensive experience in products liability, complex toxic torts and environmental litigation. He has taken on key roles in numerous high-profile cases, serving as a regional counsel for a global chemical company in an historic air pollution lawsuit involving more than 6,000 plaintiffs and representing an international mining company in a CERCLA Superfund case and an associated toxic tort class action.
For energy clients such as oil, gas and utility companies, Bob has tackled toxic exposure cases, contract disputes, down-hole equipment failure claims, partnership disputes, offshore personal injury and wrongful death suits, royalty disputes and landowner litigation.
His work has earned him glowing reviews, with clients telling Chambers USA that Bob is "an outstanding trial lawyer with great flair" and has "a comfortable style and easy way of relating to juries" (2019).
As one of the leading attorneys in his field, Bob is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an honor awarded to the top one percent of lawyers in each state. He is also certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in civil trial law and personal injury trial law.