Jeffery Osgood

SERVICE AREAS

Commercial Litigation
Construction
Fidelity & Surety
Healthcare
Insurance Counsel & Litigation

EDUCATION

  • University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 1974, magna cum laude
  1. Editor, Houston Law Review
  • Colorado College, B.A. 1971

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Texas
  • Ohio

COURT ADMISSIONS

  •  U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuits

SUPPORT STAFF

Amy McCown
Legal Administrative Assistant
T: 214.651.2342
E: amy.mccowen@strasburger.com

Jeffrey S. Osgood

Of Counsel

901 Main Street
Suite 6000
Dallas, Texas 75202
T: 214.651.4582
F: 214.659.4160
E: jeffrey.osgood@strasburger.com

    
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Jeffrey S. Osgood represents clients in the areas of complex business litigation, contract disputes, restrictive covenants and business torts, with an emphasis on matters involving hospital facilities and related parties, including professional entities and specifically involving litigation of peer review disputes. His work has involved representation of hospitals, physicians, and hospital and medical facility management companies in numerous state and federal court proceedings, non-binding mediation and binding arbitration proceedings.

Jeffrey has completed the basic and advanced arbitration training provided by the American Arbitration Association, as well as the forty-hour course for mediators. He has served as a sole arbitrator and member of a three-person panel in the arbitration of numerous claims for the American Arbitration Association.

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Dallas Bar Association

 

Mr. Osgood has written and spoken on various topics pertaining to surety law. He authored a chapter entitled “Deciding to Litigate: The Surety’s Recourse Against the Principal and Indemnitors,” published in the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section publication Managing and Litigating the Complex Surety Case. This topic was presented in La Jolla, California, in April-May 1998, and again in October 2000 (by the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section).

Mr. Osgood has written and spoken on various topics pertaining to surety law. He authored a chapter entitled “Deciding to Litigate: The Surety’s Recourse Against the Principal and Indemnitors,” published in the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section publication Managing and Litigating the Complex Surety Case. This topic was presented in La Jolla, California, in April-May 1998, and again in October 2000 (by the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section).

  • Recognized among the Top Rated Lawyers in Healthcare by Martindale-Hubbell (2013)
  • Named among Who’s Who in Arbitration lawyers by Law Business Research Ltd (2008)

Jeffrey S. Osgood represents clients in the areas of complex business litigation, contract disputes, restrictive covenants and business torts, with an emphasis on matters involving hospital facilities and related parties, including professional entities and specifically involving litigation of peer review disputes. His work has involved representation of hospitals, physicians, and hospital and medical facility management companies in numerous state and federal court proceedings, non-binding mediation and binding arbitration proceedings.

Jeffrey has completed the basic and advanced arbitration training provided by the American Arbitration Association, as well as the forty-hour course for mediators. He has served as a sole arbitrator and member of a three-person panel in the arbitration of numerous claims for the American Arbitration Association.

ORGANIZATIONS

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Dallas Bar Association

 

PRESENTATIONS

Mr. Osgood has written and spoken on various topics pertaining to surety law. He authored a chapter entitled “Deciding to Litigate: The Surety’s Recourse Against the Principal and Indemnitors,” published in the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section publication Managing and Litigating the Complex Surety Case. This topic was presented in La Jolla, California, in April-May 1998, and again in October 2000 (by the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section).

PUBLICATIONS

Mr. Osgood has written and spoken on various topics pertaining to surety law. He authored a chapter entitled “Deciding to Litigate: The Surety’s Recourse Against the Principal and Indemnitors,” published in the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section publication Managing and Litigating the Complex Surety Case. This topic was presented in La Jolla, California, in April-May 1998, and again in October 2000 (by the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association Tort and Insurance Practice Section).

HONORS

  • Recognized among the Top Rated Lawyers in Healthcare by Martindale-Hubbell (2013)
  • Named among Who’s Who in Arbitration lawyers by Law Business Research Ltd (2008)
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