Albon O. Head, Jr.
Albon Head, a partner in the Fort Worth office, has practiced in the federal and state courts in Texas and in numerous other jurisdictions since 1971, with experience in a variety of matters including many lengthy jury and non-jury trials in complex business litigation, contract disputes, real estate conflicts, eminent domain and condemnation, pipeline and right-of-way litigation, and railroad litigation. He has conducted trials for major oil companies in defending environmental claims relating to abandoned tanks and abandoned refineries, and the defense of class actions brought against banks and publicly traded companies by shareholders and former employees.
Mr. Head has represented a major league baseball franchise, was engaged in the formation and representation of The Texas Rangers, Ltd. in its purchase and operation of the franchise during the mid-1970s, and handled litigation and related matters for the Rangers during the George W. Bush ownership era.
Mr. Head successfully handled all contested litigation matters for the court-appointed Receiver in the recent sale of the iconic W.T. Waggoner Ranch, largest in the U.S. under one fence.
B.A., Southern Methodist University
J.D., SMU Dedman School of Law
- United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit