Mr. Cain works on a wide variety of cases including business litigation, first-party and third-party insurance defense, administrative law, legal malpractice and an appellate practice. He specializes in legal research and writing including complex motion practice, jury charge issues, and appellate and mandamus work. Mr. Cain has extensive practice in multi-district litigation, including successfully creating two of the largest MDLs in Texas history. Mr. Cain is a product of the distinguished Advocacy Program at South Texas College of Law, where he won multiple national and state championships and many speaking and brief-writing awards. Mr. Cain is a former Briefing Attorney of The First Court of Appeals. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at South Texas College of Law and coached multiple national and state teams to championships.

Honors & Awards

Order of the Barristers

Named to the Texas Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers®, a Thomson Reuters business, as featured in Texas Monthly and Texas Rising Stars magazines (2005-2008)

State Bar of Texas Moot Court competition, Texas Young Lawyers Association, 1998; Best Team, Third Best Brief, Third Best Oralist

National Moot Court Competition, Association of The Bar of the City of New York, 1999; Best Team, Second Best Brief

American Bar Association National Moot Court Competition, 1999; Best Team, Best Brief, Oralist Award

Who’s Who: American Law Students, 1998–1999

Professional Affiliations


State Bar of Texas

Houston Bar Association

The Garland R. Walker American Inns of Court

News & Insights

Currents International Trade Law Journal; Managing Editor and Notes Editor, 1998-1999



South Texas College of Law, J.D., 1999

Freed-Hardeman University, B.S., 1990, M.Min., 1996


  • Texas Courts
  • United States District Court, Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas


  • Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom, L.L.P., February 2002 – present
  • Cruse, Scott, Henderson & Allen, L.L.P., August 2000 – February 2002
  • Briefing Attorney; First Court of Appeals, Houston, Texas, August 1999 – August 2000
  • Adjunct Professor in Appellate Advocacy, South Texas College of Law, 1999 – 2009
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