Bob Wynne is a gifted trial lawyer who represents businesses and individuals in business disputes and serious personal injury matters.
A native of New Orleans, Bob was a gifted and highly recruited athlete who chose to play football at LSU. Bob played starting offensive lineman while earning his undergraduate degree with summa cum laude honors. He was named the Most Outstanding Senior for the College of Arts & Sciences and for the entire university, in addition to a host of other honors.
Bob then attended Loyola University School of Law where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola Law Review, and graduated first in his law school class. Following law school, Bob served as a judicial law clerk in federal court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. During his clerkships, Bob learned the nuts and bolts of both trial and appellate practice.
At the conclusion of his clerkships, Bob and his wife – who is also an attorney – decided to move to Texas and enter private practice. Bob has racked-up extensive experience trying cases in federal and state courts across the country, earning multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements both the commercial and the personal injury arenas. During the 2011-2012 timeframe, Bob met and started practicing law with Andrew Meade and John Neese. Currently, Bob is Of Counsel to Meade & Neese LLP.