The McCabe Law Firm
A Litigation Practice
Neil McCabe is a lawyer who handles both trials and appeals. He joined
The O'Quinn Law Firm in 2003 and served as senior counsel and as legal
advisor to the legendary trial lawyer John O’Quinn until his untimely death.
Before joining the O’Quinn Law Firm, Mr. McCabe was a full-time law
professor for nearly 20 years, teaching advocacy, criminal law, procedure,
evidence, and constitutional law. During that time he also handled cases
ranging from theft and white collar crime to capital murder and the death
penalty. Mr. McCabe also served as a lawyer and an expert in several cases
involving attempts to disqualify, discipline, or remove public officials.
Mr. McCabe has been involved in cases in the trial and appellate courts of
Texas, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Arizona, California, Georgia, and Florida,
in the Federal Fifth and Ninth Circuits, in petitions to the United States
Supreme Court, and in arbitrations in Houston and London, England, as well
as legal matters in Scotland and in the Bahamas. He has worked on cases
involving piracy and abduction of oil rig workers off the coast of Africa,
the sinking of an offshore oil rig in Mexican waters, the Foreign Corrupt
Practices Act as applied to oil concessions in Africa, a dispute over oil
and gas interests in Kazakhstan, construction disputes, medical
malpractice, industrial accidents, automobile wrecks, truck accidents,
diet-drug litigation, predatory lending practices, securities fraud and
market manipulation, contempt of court, attorney fee disputes, libel and
slander, and wills, trusts and estates.
Recently Mr. McCabe has handled
extensive litigation stemming from the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith and her
son. He is quoted at length in THE KILLING OF ANNA NICOLE SMITH, a book by Judge Larry Seidlin.