Wynn’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. His litigation experience includes acting as lead trial counsel in recovering in excess of $10 million in funds embezzled from a Texas public agency, acting as trial counsel in obtaining a pay-nothing judgment in a multi-million dollar fraud case against a major national bank regarding its analysis of oil and gas properties, acting as lead counsel in obtaining a pay-nothing judgment for a major national bank in a $50 million fraud and breach of fiduciary duty action, participating in the successful defense of a mass toxic tort action by more than 1,000 plaintiffs, participating in the trial of a case that obtained the largest actual damages verdict, judgment and settlement in Nevada history, participating in securing a favorable settlement for the defense in a $100 million suit arising from the sale of its gas compression division and participating in securing a favorable settlement for a Texas law firm in a $10.5 million malpractice case.
Wynn is admitted to practice in Texas, and before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
- Member: State Bar of Texas, Houston Bar Association
- The University of Virginia School of Law J.D., 1984
- Johns Hopkins University, B.A., Marine Science, 1981
- Admitted to Practice: Texas, 1984