Excellence with Cost Effective Results


Mr. Enoch acts as a mediator relying both on his formal training as a Texas mediator and on his extensive experience in both complex commercial and fiduciary litigation.  Having handled cases in Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Nevada, Mr. Enoch has experience in handling complex business litigation relating to contracts, oil & gas, securities, refining, derivative shareholder claims (from both sides), real estate development, bad faith Insurance practices, products Liability involving wrongful death, brain injuries, extensive burns and quadriplegia (and involving products from protective headgear and dietary supplements to explosive gasses), banking, federal trade commission regulations and business interruption, wrongful termination of employment (from both sides), claims against non-subscribers to workers’ compensation, commercial construction, manufacturing, heirship disputes, will and trust contests and guardianships.

During law school, he was the moot court chief justice, winner of the Russell Baker Moot Court Competition and the ABA Regional Moot Court Competition, was a finalist in the ABA National Moot Court Competition, and was elected a member of the National Order of Barristers. He has been admitted as a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas.

He is Board Certified in the field of Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has been admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, Northern, Eastern and Southern districts of Texas, and Western District of Oklahoma. He is also admitted to federal practice in the Northern District of Florida and is listed in Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Law.

Mr. Enoch believes that success means not only that his clients prevail but that his clients recover the fees they pay from their opponents. Two of his recent cases illustrate this point. Mr. Enoch obtained a unanimous jury verdict for plaintiff for award of professional fees of $70,000. Defendants had counterclaimed seeking millions. All counterclaims were dismissed and the jury also awarded plaintiff more than $1,270,000 in attorney fees for prosecuting the underlying case and defending the dismissed counterclaims. Entire verdict upheld on appeal.

In another recent case he successfully defended a national restaurant chain in a claim brought by landlord for increased rents triggered by a radius clause which would have cost the client an additional $3.7MM.  Verdict achieved on summary judgment and trial court awarded $359,756 in attorney fees incurred in defending the case and appeal.  Successfully defended entire verdict on appeal and client has now been fully paid its judgment.




Commercial and Fiduciary Litigation



Co-author: “Practice Notes: Persuasive Arguments that the Texas Comparative Responsibility Statue Does not require a 100% Allocation of Responsibility,” Texas Torts and Remedies, September 1991 Supp.

Co-author: “It Isn’t Personal, It’s Just Business - Business vs. Business; Owners vs. Owners"

The noted publication of Texas Lawyer has recognized one of his victories as one of the “Ten Biggest” of that year and wrote of another subsequent win, when the Plaintiff had sought $50,000,000 for a tragic head injury and the jury found that Mr. Enoch’s client (a helmet manufacturer) was not at fault. On the Plaintiff’s side of the docket, he has helped his clients obtain, by judgment or settlement, multi-million dollar amounts for cases involving wrongful termination of employment to business torts involving investments in large businesses. Mr. Enoch also has also successfully helped families protect their loved ones in probate court from others who tried to financially exploit them and has defended attacks from others on their loved ones’ wills and trusts.

Speaker Texas State Bar Advanced Civil Trial Seminars



Southern Methodist University (B.A. 1975)

Southern Methodist University School of Law (J.D. 1978)

Southern Methodist University School of Business (M.B.A. 1978)

FAA Multi-engine pilot’s license



National Order of the Barristers

State Bar of Texas

Who’s Who in American Law

State Bar Advanced Civil Trial Seminars

Former Chairman of the Board of Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Former Mayor, City of Rowlett, Texas

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