October 28, 2021

Volume XI, Number 301


Carlton D. Wilde III

Carlton Wilde is a trial lawyer with jury experience.  He brings a quick wit and an ability to dive into the details of a case while advising clients on strategy implications in an easy-to-follow manner.  He has first and second chair experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a diverse range of complex business litigation and arbitration matters in the energy, construction, consumer products, real estate, and healthcare industries. As a member of Bracewell’s insurance recovery group, Carlton is active in the representation of clients in the recovery of property damage and business interruption claims resulting from hurricanes, winter weather events, cyber intrusions and other catastrophic events.

Carlton handles all aspects of trial and litigation strategy from pre-suit investigation and discovery through trial and post-trial motions.  His approach to each client is  to clearly communicate complex legal issues, connect legal advice to the client’s business needs, and remain calm throughout stressful litigation battles.

Carlton also assists tax-exempt organizations on a variety of litigation issues, and advises healthcare entities with data privacy and protection policies and claims under both the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and 42 CFR Part 2 regulations.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Carlton D. Wilde III