GREG M. DYKEMAN
409-835-3891 ext. 123
• Board Certified in Civil Trial Law;
Texas Board of Legal Specialization
• Top Attorneys in Texas – Texas Monthly
• Top Lawyer in the United States
The American Lawyer
• Outstanding Young Lawyer
Jefferson County, Texas
• Eagle Scout
• All Texas Courts
• U.S District Court Eastern District of Texas
• U.S District Court Southern District of Texas
• Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
• United States Supreme Court
• Baylor University – Juris Doctorate
• Baylor University – B.B.A. Accounting
- False Claims / Qui Tam
- Probate and Estate Litigation
- Civil Jury Trials
- Business and Commercial Disputes
Greg Dykeman is board certified in civil trial law and is one of the most experienced trial lawyers in Southeast Texas. Mr. Dykeman is a leader in false claims and qui tam litigation in the Eastern District of Texas. His areas of jury trial experience include estates, trusts and probate, real estate, construction, business organization disputes, contracts, employment, and personal injury. Mr. Dykeman believes litigation success is the result of preparation, skill, and experience. This dedicated approach has successfully assisted his clients in recovering and defending multimillion lawsuits.
As a native of Southeast Texas, for over 3 decades, Mr. Dykeman has dedicated his career to representing individuals and companies on both sides of the docket before state and federal courts. His fellow attorneys have selected him for the following awards or designations:
“Texas Super Lawyer” – Texas Monthly Magazine
“Top Attorneys in Texas”– Texas Monthly Magazine
Nation’s Top One Percent – National Association of Distinguished Counsel
Top Rated Lawyer – Martindale Hubbell
Kenneth W. Lewis Professionalism Award, Jefferson County
Mr. Dykeman has participated in over 100 jury trials in his distinguished career. He has represented whistleblowers in the following qui tam recoveries:
- United States ex rel. Robert Reddell, et al. v. DynCorp International, LLC, et al., case number 1:14-cv-00086, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas;
Settled for a total of $25.4 million.
United States ex rel. Gary Reno v. Kellogg Brown and Root and Wackenhut Services, Inc., case number 1:10-cv-00504, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas;
Settled for $7.4 million plus a confidential amount of attorney’s fees.
United States ex rel. David R. Vavra v. Kellogg Brown and Root, et al., case number 1:04-cv-00042, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas;
Multiple settlements for $4.1 million. Additionally, the United States later intervened in the case and received additional damages from Kellogg, Brown, and Root.
Mr. Dykeman maintains an active probate litigation practice. His team assists clients in protecting their will and estate interests through jury trial if necessary. In their most recent trial, In the Estate of Daniel David Fells, Jr., Deceased, in Orange County, Texas, Mr. Dykeman led a team of Moore Landrey attorneys representing the children of a decedent and proved that the Will offered to probate was a forgery. The entire estate was awarded to his clients.
Mr. Dykeman has maintained his knowledge of the legal profession through his service to the State Bar of Texas as:
District 3 Grievance Committee (2017-present)(Chairman 2019-present)
Director of the State Bar of Texas, District 3 (2010-2013)
Professionalism Committee (2015-2019) (President’s Recognition Award)
Jefferson County Bar Association President (2001-2002)
Texas Young Lawyers Association District 3 Director (1995-1997)
Jefferson County Young Lawyers Association President (1994-1995)
Jefferson County Bar Foundation President (2001-2002)
Based on his trial experience and knowledge of the judicial system in Jefferson County, Mr. Dykeman is often appointed as a mediator by District Court judges. He has also been appointed as Special Master for discovery disputes. His unique background assists litigants with a successful resolution of their case. He is available to be retained as a mediator for parties involved in all areas of dispute.