Breck Harrison has a broad commercial litigation practice, with particular emphasis on the representation of electric power providers. Breck’s experience in the electric power arena includes the handling of disputes arising from supply interruptions and outages, contact incidents, and contracts for the production, purchase and delivery of electric power.
Breck also has extensive experience representing owners in disputes over the design and construction of significant commercial projects that include medical facilities, coal and gas-fired power plants, and water treatment facilities and distribution systems. In addition, Breck regularly represents clients in an array of complex business disputes that include business tort and contract actions, partnership and shareholder disputes, and fiduciary duty claims.
Breck maintains an active trial practice and has tried over two dozen cases to verdict and final judgment before federal and state court juries and bench trials, and before arbitration panels. He has litigated many significant cases involving complex issues arising from engineering and construction contracts, power purchase agreements, and cross-border marketing and distribution agreements. Breck also has significant experience litigating governmental immunity issues.
Prior to entering college and law school, Breck served in the United States Army’s Military Intelligence Corps from 1988 to 1992.
B.S., cum laude, Texas State University
J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth and Fifth Circuit
United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western District of Texas