Christopher S. Norcross is an attorney in the Dallas office of Gordon & Rees, whose practice focuses on business litigation, including commercial and residential construction litigation, product liability issues, oil & gas litigation, environmental/toxic tort claims, and other business disputes. Mr. Norcross regularly represents national and multinational developers and construction firms, international and domestic manufacturers, suppliers, and retailers, oil & gas operators and service providers, and other corporate entities. He prosecutes and defends claims involving contract, warranty, and surety issues, allegations of defect in workmanship and product, oil and gas exploration, production, and service contract disputes, toxic exposure to materials and chemicals, and other commercial litigation issues.
Mr. Norcross represents clients in state and federal courts in Texas and other jurisdictions, as well as in arbitration tribunals around the country, and he has jury trial experience involving complex product liability claims. Whether in depositions, hearings, trials, or appeals, Mr. Norcross aggressively advocates for his clients’ interests with proven results, including several dispositive motion awards in state and federal courts, and in arbitration proceedings. Mr. Norcross has also served as lead counsel in multiple mediations, and successfully negotiated several favorable settlements for his clients.
Mr. Norcross’ practice areas expertise and experience includes:
Oil & Gas/Energy
Tort & Product Liability
Prior to joining Gordon & Rees, Mr. Norcross served as the Director of External Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he developed and monitored goals for the school’s External Studies program and ensured compliance with regional and professional accrediting standards.
U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit
United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
United States District Court for the Western District of Texas
United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
Member, State Bar of Texas
Construction Law Section
Oil, Gas, and Energy Resources Law Section
Member, Dallas Bar Association