Brian E. Armstrong

  • Undergrad School: University of Texas - Austin
  • Law School: Baylor School of Law
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Firm: MehaffyWeber
2615 Calder Avenue
Suite 800
Beaumont TX 77702
United States

Brian Armstrong joined MehaffyWeber in 2003 and became a shareholder in 2010. Mr. Armstrong focuses his practice on patent infringement cases and toxic tort litigation. His clients have ranged from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. Client satisfaction is a top priority for Mr. Armstrong in his legal practice. He provides timely and organized communications that consistently keep the client up to date. In addition to excellent communication, Mr. Armstrong always works to provide creative and advantageous solutions for his clients. Over his distinguished career, Mr. Armstrong has represented major equipment manufacturers, chemical companies, and contractors in thousands of cases involving products liability, premises liability, and wrongful death claims for alleged exposure to alleged toxic substances, including asbestos, benzene, and butadiene. His clients have come to know him for his ability to resolve matters quickly and efficiently. In addition to products liability, premises liability, and wrongful death claims, Mr. Armstrong also handles patent disputes. As a registered patent attorney he represents both plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving oil and gas, transportation, and construction patents, among others. He also counsels clients on a variety of trademark, copyright, and trade secret issues. Brian is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® for his work in Personal Injury Litigation-Defendants (2020-2023).

USLAW Practice Group Affiliations

  • IP and Technology: Primary

Resources & Articles

MehaffyWeber earns complete defense verdict win for highway contractor client

MehaffyWeber earns complete defense verdict win for highway contractor client

Posted July 18, 2022

After a two-week in-person jury trial in Kleberg County (Kingsville, Texas), Mike Magee and Brian Armstrong, MehaffyWeber shareholders received a complete defense verdict in a negligence/death case for their client, Hunter Industries, Ltd. (“Hunter”). In February 2017, two young men were driving together on a clear afternoon in Refugio County… Continue Reading

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