Pierce Cox is a litigator with experience in regulatory compliance, fraud investigation, and electronic discovery. Pierce’s practice focuses on complex insurance coverage disputes and litigation, including breach of contract and bad faith allegations.
Pierce’s clients benefit from his investigative experience and his strong advocacy skills. Before attending law school, Pierce worked for several years as a consumer protection investigator at the Office of the Texas Attorney General, and then joined the agency’s electronic discovery team. In law school Pierce won national and regional advocacy awards for both writing and speaking competing as a member of the University of Houston Law Center Moot Court Team. Pierce also led The Advocates at UHLC as Executive Chair, and served as an Articles Editor on Board 38 of the Houston Journal of International Law. His international energy comment is published in Volume 37 of the Journal. Pierce is a member of the Order of Barristers and an Eagle Scout.
#gumshoe: An Introduction to Gathering Evidence on the Web, presented at Cybersecurity: What State Prosecutors Need to Know hosted by National Association of Attorneys General, Spring 2011
Thompson Coe Partners with Allstate Staff Counsel for Street Law Program
Prying Eyes: Protecting the Confidentiality of Defense and Claim Files
Hail No: Insurer Prejudiced by Insured's Delay in Reporting Storm Damage Claim
Electricity And Natural Gas In India: An Opportunity For India’s National Oil Companies, 37 HOUS. J. INT’L. L. 893