A former trial court judge and frequently retained legal counsel, Travis Lucas has built a nationally recognized practice assisting clients on many corporate, tax, estate planning, and asset protection law matters over the past twenty years.
He has quarterbacked numerous commercial transactions, drafted tax law provisions, negotiated and closed complex deals, drafted intricate asset protection bulwarks and sophisticated estate planning vehicles, and counseled many small to blue-chip organizations on corporate legal compliance matters.
Travis is a practicing attorney for entrepreneurs, corporations, non-profit organizations, executive officers, and board of director leadership, among others, on specific legal and public policy matters. He is a frequent lecturer on the law and the public policy behind the law, speaking to various legal and non-legal professional groups about twice a quarter, oftentimes presenting his lectures to hundreds at a time.
Travis is a frequent advisor to many bipartisan U.S. Senate and House members as well as regulatory agency officials on tax and commerce public policy matters, shaping policy into law to the advantage of his clients.
The publishing company Bloomberg identified Travis in its Honorable Mention rankings of Washington, DC boutique professionals who have consistently had the highest year-to-year growth with the longest retention of clients over a multi-year period.
Also valuable to his clients, is their access to Travis’s extensive, top-quality national business and personal relationships.
His practice has an enviable ledger of evergreen clients who have been with him for many years
Law Practice Areas
Tax Law Estate
Asset Protection Law
Longtime Practicing Attorney — Serving individuals to recognized blue-chip companies.
Trial Court Judge — Disposed over 50,000 civil and criminal cases with many jury trials.
Assistant Attorney General — Undefeated record in jury trials.
Criminal Prosecutor — Undefeated record in jury trials.
Congressional Chief of Staff and Counsel — Prominent Member of Congress.
Lecturer on the Law
Invited Lecturer on the Law and Public Policy Trends — Faculty Member of the American Bar Association continuing legal education course for practicing attorneys; Faculty Member of the Texas State Bar Association continuing legal education course for practicing attorneys; and lecturer for other professional continuing education seminars about twice a quarter.
Law Licenses & Court Admissions
Law Licenses — Commonwealth of Virginia, District of Columbia, and State of Texas.
Courts Admitted to Practice — All Virginia, District of Columbia, and Texas courts; United States Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and several state and federal trial and appellate courts where he has appeared as counsel.