Representing the Construction Industry Since 2007

Our Approach


We are committed to building a solid reputable civil law practice based on our quality of work and the results we obtain in large and complex litigation. We also undertake corporate law and international business law practice for many clients. In our litigation practice, we take most cases on a contingency basis - No fees unless you recover. Other fee structures maybe adopted, depending on the nature of the case. We have a clear vision of where ethical lines are drawn, and we strictly adhere to them. We are aggressive advocates of our clients' causes, and we believe that the best results are obtained when ethical principles are upheld. While we cannot guarantee the outcome of any case, we guarantee not to lose for lack of efforts.

In The News:

August 15, 2018, Houston, Texas. Derek U. Obialo won a 400,000-Judgment in business dispute litigation involving healthcare practitioners.‚Äč

July 24, 2017, Houston, Texas. Derek U. Obialo won a 4.2-Million-Dollar judgment in lawsuit involving financial leveraging firms. 

September 10, 2015, Houston, Texas. Derek U Obialo successfully defended a 12-Million-Dollar civil Racketeering Influence and Corrupt Organization  (RICO) Act lawsuit against 12 defendants in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.
November 28, 2014, Houston, Texas. Attorney Derek Obialo made a special guest appearance on China's CCTV-America the Heat Show 
discussing newly passed Sub-Saharan Africa laws.
December 13, 2013, Houston, Texas. Derek U Obialo obtained judgment in deceptive trade practice lawsuit for odometer roll back lawsuit against a large heavy equipment dealer in the Texas Valley.
March 1, 2010, Austin, Texas. Texas Attorney General filed suit against Grande Valley Homes, LLC for deceptive trade practices following complaints about home purchase finance fraud and improper mortgage practices by home buyers. In November 2009, Houston attorney Derek Obialo, informed the AG's office following influx of several clients needing redress for deceptive trade practices in transactions involving home mortgages and purchases by Grande Valley Homes, LLC, d/b/a Casa Linda Homes. The AG's office instituted lawsuit to restrain Casa Linda Homes from further deception in home financing and sales.
March 3, 2008, San Antonio, Texas. Houston attorney Derek Obialo scored a huge victory in San Antonio immigration court when he won a termination of deportation proceedings in favor of a 23-year old immigrant with multiple felony and possession of controlled substance convictions. The woman, a legal permanent resident of the U.S., was in custody in San Antonio facing mandatory detention and expedited deportation to her home country. The immigration judge terminated the deportation proceedings, granted unconditional release and gave her a shot at U.S. citizenship.