Pillsbury today announced the addition of Casey Low, a well-known commercial litigator, as a partner in its Austin office. He joins the firm’s preeminent Litigation practice from Bracewell Giuliani.

Low is a seasoned trial and appellate lawyer whose clients include Fortune 500 businesses, international corporations and startups across many industries, including health care, technology, aviation, energy, financial services and real estate. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including antitrust claims; tortious interference, defamation and business disparagement matters; False Claims Act and securities claims; and white collar cases.

“Casey’s extensive and diverse work in both trial and appellate courts has given him a wealth of experience,” said Kirke Hasson, a Litigation practice leader. “His joining us is a significant addition to the litigation services we offer clients in the innovative Austin community.”

Low represents plaintiffs and defendants across all stages of litigation proceedings in state and federal courts and internal investigations. He is experienced at the appellate division, having appeared before the Texas Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Texas State Court of Appeals and the Multidistrict Litigation Panel of Texas.

“The firm is pleased to add such a highly regarded trial attorney to our ranks,” said Firm Chair Jim Rishwain. “We are taking decisive steps toward expansion in Austin. We have grown to 18 lawyers since opening our office in April 2014, including the addition of six new partners just this year. Casey’s practice is a great fit for our platform.”

Low received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and served as a Judicial Clerk for the Hon. Priscilla R. Owen in the Texas Supreme Court. He is admitted to practice in Texas.

“Pillsbury’s comprehensive service offerings and global reach are well-tailored to the business needs of clients in Austin,” Low said. “I look forward to growing my practice at a firm with this broad platform.”

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