Amanda Price is a litigator in the firm’s Houston office with more than 10 years of experience representing clients in complex commercial disputes, with a focus on the energy, healthcare and construction industries. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants at all stages of litigation in federal courts, state courts and arbitration.

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  • Representing a major energy company in statewide royalty class action litigations.
  • Representing upstream oil and gas companies in joint operating agreement disputes including “confusion of goods” claims.
  • Representing midstream oil and gas companies in payment disputes.
  • Representing a payor in an arbitration dispute concerning the calculation of reimbursement for out-of-network emergency services.
  • Representing a provider of Medicare Advantage plans in a dispute with the State of Texas involving procurement and public records request.
  • Obtaining dismissal of a Texas lawsuit on behalf of a national managed entity brought by an independent physician association over contracting issues.
  • Representing a natural gas company against allegations of breach of contract resulting from the failed acquisition of a natural gas storage facility.
  • Representing a manufacturer of pressure pumping products as plaintiff in a breach of agreement claim.
  • Obtaining dismissal of two federal putative class action disputes alleging violation of the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act resulting from a data breach on behalf of an insurance software solutions company.
  • Member of a trial team obtaining favorable jury verdicts on behalf of an energy client in two trials in a multidistrict toxic chemical emissions litigation in which more than US$1 billion was at stake in each trial.
  • Member of a trial team obtaining a winning jury award for an energy industry client in a construction defect dispute against a general contractor.
  • Representing an oil field services company in corporate fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and corporate usurpation and shareholder oppression matters.
  • Counsel in labor and employment disputes for a national pet wellness brand, a national plumbing and HVAC supply chain, and a national supermarket chain.


  • Southern Methodist University, J.D., cum laude, editorial staff, SMU Law Review, 2010
  • The University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A., 2007


  • Florida, 2011
  • Texas, 2010


  • U.S. Dist. Ct., E. Dist. of Texas
  • U.S. Dist. Ct., N. Dist. of Texas
  • U.S. Dist. Ct., S. Dist. of Texas
  • U.S. Dist. Ct., W. Dist. of Texas
  • U.S. Ct. of App., Fifth Circuit

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member of the Construction Law, Litigation and Oil, Gas & Energy Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas
  • Member of the Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Section of the Houston Bar Association

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  • Co-author, “The Dangers of Overlooking the “Miscellaneous” Section of the Contract,” The Energy Law Advisor, June 2011.
  • Speaker, “Acquiring a Business: The Basics,” Houston Association of Legal Professional’s 2011 CLE.
  • Author, “Casenote: Fourth Amendment - Search and Seizure,” SMU Law Review, Spring 2009 (62 SMU L. Rev. 805 (2009)); received SMU Law Review 2009 Best Casenote Award.

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