Brad G. Repass

Mr. Repass is a versatile litigator with 30 years of experience.

Mr. Repass maintains a diverse litigation practice focusing on all aspects of representing financial institutions, employment law, wrongful death/personal injury, and receivership proceedings.  He also regularly counsels clients on contract negotiations and everyday business disputes. Brad has tried cases before both juries and the bench on a wide variety of issues throughout North and West Texas. 


  • Worked with lending clients through all phases of state and federal court collection related litigation including promissory note/guaranty suits, deficiency actions, Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy proceedings, and defense of lender liability claims.
  • Proficient in receivership litigation, having successfully concluded four receiverships initiated by lenders since April, 2010.
  • Successfully prosecuted selected personal injury cases on behalf of clients including wrongful death, medical malpractice, motor vehicle and premises liability claims.
  • Successfully defended corporate clients in employment litigation obtaining summary judgments in race discrimination, sex discrimination and sexual harassment litigation.
  • Routinely advised clients with respect to various employment issues.
  • Routinely advised lenders on everyday issues such as Uniform Commercial Code compliance, forgeries, bank collections, notes, garnishments and ad valorem tax litigation.
  • Successfully represented lenders in multiple six figure settlements of insurance claims against bank liability carriers.
  • Successfully defended premises liability actions on behalf of motel and convenience store owners/operators.
  • Defended and settled on a favorable basis a sexual assault civil action against a major corporation.
  • Defended numerous worker injury (F.E.L.A.) and railroad crossing accident claims against a major railroad.
  • Represented lenders and railroads in eminent domain proceedings including trying a case to verdict in which the jury award was significantly less than the client’s offer pre-trial.
  • Successfully handled multiple title policy claims on behalf of mortgagees.


  • Texas, 1984
  • United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas


  • Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D.,1984
  • University of Texas, B.A. Economics, 1981


  • Weekly Mission Arlington Volunteer (2011–2014)
  • Youth Bible Study Leader (2011–2014)
  • Former Volunteer Head High School Football Coach