Bradley Hubbard

Bradley Hubbard

Senior Associate, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Brad Hubbard is a senior associate in the Dallas office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.  His is a member of the firm’s Appellate and Constitutional Law Practice Group.

Mr. Hubbard was recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® as “One to Watch” in Appellate Practice (2022).

Mr. Hubbard is a trusted appellate advocate and counselor.  He has represented clients in their most complex, high-stakes, time-sensitive matters, appearing before U.S. Supreme Court, the Texas Supreme Court, and countless state and federal courts of appeals.  Mr. Hubbard has presented argument before the Fifth and Tenth Circuits; second-chaired arguments in the Texas Supreme Court, the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Circuits, and the First, Fifth, and Fourteenth Texas Courts of Appeals; and conducted direct and cross-examination of witnesses at trial.  Mr. Hubbard has successfully litigated cases involving arbitration, antitrust, class actions, the constitution, contracts, products liability, trade secrets, the False Claims Act, RICO, and state and federal criminal law.

Mr. Hubbard’s most significant victories include reversing the largest judgment in the history of the False Claims Act in the Fifth Circuit; reversing a half-billion dollar jury verdict in the San Antonio Court of Appeals; reversing an eight-figure verdict in the Dallas Court of Appeals; reversing a seven-figure verdict in the Texas Supreme Court; and prevailing in several eight-figure arbitration cases in the Fifth Circuit.  Mr. Hubbard has also helped clients preserve significant wins in the U.S. Supreme Court, the Texas Supreme Court, and the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Circuits.   His pro bono victories include persuading a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate his client’s religious-liberty claims against two Kansas police officers; protecting the First Amendment rights of the Kountze ISD cheerleaders; and successfully advocating on behalf of crime victims as amici curiae in a number of important criminal cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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