J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law, 2009
B.A., Marketing, Midwestern State University, 2005

T. Chase Garrett


Mr. Garrett is a Partner in Scheef & Stone, L.L.P.’s Litigation, Corporate Law, and Employment Law Sections where he works primarily with businesses and high net-worth individuals in a wide range of civil disputes and business transactions. At his core, Mr. Garrett is a problem solver and is known by others in the legal community for his ability to think outside of the box. Having been licensed to practice law since graduating from the Texas Tech University School of Law in 2009, Mr. Garrett has gained experience from trials and hearings in front of countless judges and juries in state courts, federal courts, appellate courts, and arbitrations across Texas and in other states such as Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California.

Mr. Garrett began his career at a large Dallas law firm representing thousands of blue-collar plaintiffs in toxic tort litigation against some of the nation’s largest companies. It was through his experiences with this sort of high volume and high stakes “David versus Goliath” litigation that Mr. Garrett learned the skills of a seasoned litigator.  Mr. Garrett has used these skills to represent construction companies, banks, real estate investors, international oil and gas companies, lenders, brokers, automobile dealers, software companies, as well as dozens of other businesses. Mr. Garrett’s extensive experience in the courtroom provides him with a unique perspective to work with business owners, corporate officers, and managers to provide counsel on how to carefully implement sound business policies and carefully draft contracts.

Representative Matters

Obtained summary judgment and dismissal of claims against client in business dispute with $2.75 million in damages.

Successfully reversed $800,000 judgment and permanent injunction against client.

Obtained summary judgment and damages award of $100,000 in favor of client in construction litigation case.

Obtained favorable trial verdict on property ownership dispute involving a handwritten agreement. Judgment was upheld by Texas Supreme Court.

Obtained judgment in excess of $300,000 in favor of client in construction dispute through the use of the “death penalty” sanction for discovery abuse.

Obtained $140,000 judgment in favor of client in federal court litigation in Louisiana.

Obtained $221,000 judgment in favor of a general contractor in case involving the development of shopping center.

Obtained favorable settlement in federal court litigation for a global software and consulting firm who had been sued for shareholder oppression and breach of fiduciary duty.

Obtained take-nothing arbitration award in favor of a client involving a deceptive trade practice claim with over $180,000 in alleged damages.

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas

Frisco Office

Ph (214) 472-2100
Fx (214) 472-2150
2600 Network Boulevard
Suite 400
Frisco, Texas 75034