Edward Duhé
Edward M. Duhé, Jr.
Shareholder, Houston
1001 Fannin Street
Suite 1800
Houston, Texas 77002


Edward Duhe is a member of the firm’s Energy practice group, focusing on complex energy litigation, renewable energy, climate change, and carbon capture and sequestration.  Edward also practices in technology related fields, such as cybersecurity, data breach, data security law, and eDiscovery.   Prior to joining the firm, Edward served as a law clerk for the Honorable W. Eugene Davis, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. 

Since joining the firm, Edward has handled all aspects of litigation.  He most often represents Fortune 500 companies in environmental litigation and labor and employment litigation, including efficiently managing voluminous eDiscovery using Technology Assisted Review (TAR).  He has extensive experience in all aspects of discovery, including coordinating with clients’ litigation departments, directing and consulting with vendors, and hiring and managing teams of contract attorneys.  The firm’s nationally recognized energy practice group provides our clients with a unique experience of knowledgeable and efficient discovery.   Edward has also advised clients on data breach notification laws.

Edward is currently focused on representing major oil and gas clients in land contamination and coastal land loss litigation.  He has significant experience working with expert witnesses applying state regulations to oil and gas exploration and production sites. 

While in law school, Edward completed a legal externship with the Honorable Richard T. Haik, United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana.


Member, Young Energy Professionals, Institute for Energy Law – Center for American and International Law

Member, Section of Oil, Gas & Mineral Law, Houston Bar Association

Member, Houston, State of Texas, and State of Louisiana Bar Associations

After Hours

“In my spare time, I enjoy traveling and sailing.  I also enjoy building computers, keeping up with the latest trends in technology, baseball, hunting, and fishing.” 


"Coastal Zone Litigation and Pipeline Canal Widening," Liskow & Lewis Energy Law Seminar, October 28, 2021