George W. Gore has a broad range of litigation experience in the State of Texas. While in law school, George clerked with the IRS and the First Court of Appeal of Texas. Upon graduation from The University of Houston Law Center in 2000, George became an associate at a litigation boutique in downtown Houston. There he experienced a wide variety of cases, both plaintiff and defense. On the plaintiff side, George represented both individuals and corporations on a variety of cases including breach of contract, personal injury, and related matters. On the defense side, George worked to help defend companies such as manufacturers, insurance companies, home builders and a variety both large and small corporations in the Houston area.
After obtaining a few years of valuable experience, George began his own practice. Since 2004, George has represented a number of individuals and small corporations in a variety of
Most recently, George has focused a large part of his practice on helping homeowners that have been victims of wrongdoing such as predatory lending, breach of contract and mortgage fraud.
George has represented hundreds of parties within the Harris County District Court System (over 100 cases in the Harris County District Court system within the last three years). In addition, George has represented many clients in the Federal and County courts as well as the counties surrounding Harris County. Simply put, George is an active litigator who spends a large amount of time in court.
Mr. Gore is a certified mediator and authored a Law Review CLE on The Essentials of Foreclosure Defense in 2011.
Mr. Gore was a candidate for Judge in the 61st Texas State District Court in 2012.
Mr. Gore was born in Kansas City, MO.
Mr. Gore was a student leader and member of Sigma Nu Fraternity.