Gwen Tipton is a proactive and aggressive trial lawyer with over thirty years of experience advocating for the rights of her clients. Gwen has successfully tried to jury verdict, obtained successful settlements, and won difficult motion hearings or discovery hearings in complicated civil lawsuits involving a wide variety of legal issues, including false positive drug testing litigation, HIPAA and state related privacy actions, defamation, DTPA, multi-party litigation, premises liability, products liability, medical malpractice, employment litigation (state and federal), discrimination in the workplace, unemployment appeals, and civil protective orders.
Gwen has handled very large dockets with ease, and has broad based experience with mediation and arbitration. She understands no two cases are alike, and has the acumen to determine the best strategy for resolution. While some cases are destined for the courtroom, others can be resolved with Gwen’s excellent negotiation skills resulting in a successful settlement for her clients. Clients have come to know Gwen for her dogged pursuit of justice and dedication to their cases. With the highest ethical standards, Gwen continues to serve her clients with passion, experience, and efficiency.
Gwen attended Baylor University where she obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics before attending Baylor Law School. Upon graduating law school, Gwen initially focused her practice on insurance defense, personal injury, products liability, declaratory judgments, and DTPA. Over time, Gwen shifted her focus to seeking justice for victims in matters related to employment litigation and personal injury. Presently, Gwen continues to focus on employment litigation matters, specifically false positive drug testing and other related civil matters.
Over her distinguished legal career, Gwen has obtained a number of successful outcomes for her clients and has been recognized by national organizations for her continued success. Gwen has a Preeminent AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, an honor she has held for over twenty years.
One of Gwen’s volunteer passions is helping victims of domestic abuse become survivors. Gwen received her Crime Victims Compensation Training Certification from the Office of the Texas Attorney General in 2012 and is a lifetime member of the Fort Bend Women’s Center and STARS – an auxiliary program supporting the Fort Bend Women’s Center. As with her personal passions, she continues to seek justice for victims who have been terminated or refused employment because of a false positive drug test result.