About Us

Judge Link, a native Houstonian, has been a litigator for 37 years. During this time, he spent 11 years as a State of Texas Civil District Judge and was perennially one of the highest rated judge in Harris County by the attorneys in the Houston Bar Association.


He was also elected by his peers into the American Board of Trial Advocates an honor bestowed on less than one percent (1%) of lawyers in America.


Judge Link also became Board Certified in both, Personal Injury Trial Law and Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  Board Certification may only be achieved after trying the required number of lawsuits in each category as the “First Chair,” or lead attorney and successfully passing very difficult tests for each certification. Statistics show that less than one half percent of attorneys are Board Certified in both categories.


Judge Link is also “AV” Preeminent Rating by Martindale Hubbel.  This means that Judge Link’s peers (other attorneys) have evaluated him with the highest possible rating when considering his legal knowledge and ethical conduct.  Only a small percentage of lawyers receive the “AV” rating.


Serving as a judge allows a unique insight into the anatomy of a trial and the best way to present the evidence to the judge and jury in a fashion they understand and remember.

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Commercial Litigation

This is the area that addresses disputes between two (2) or more businesses or a business and an individual.  Generally the dispute arises from the commission of a deceptive or fraudulent act, a breach of contract, or a breach of fiduciary duty or any combination of the above.


Many contracts mandate the case must be brought in a particular county or be submitted to an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators.


Many times these cases become complex as they involve causes of action governed by the Texas Business Organization Code; the Texas Revised Partnership Act; the Texas Limited Liability Company Act, or one of several other acts involving Texas businesses.

Legal Malpractice

Lawyers owe certain non-delegable duties to their Clients.  Many times when lawyers breach these duties they may cause the value of your case to decrease or even be dismissed.  You may be entitled to recover damages from the lawyer for the breach of these duties. 

Personal Injury law

Personal injury law is the general heading for the many ways people suffer bodily injury as the result of the negligence of another person or Company.


Judge Link is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law and represents people who have been severely injured by the negligence of others.

Expert Witness

Judge Link has written, lectured, and testified in the areas of legal malpractice and attorney’s fees. Judge Link has provided expert opinions on behalf of individuals and fortune five hundred companies.