Frank A. Domino

Frank A. Domino
t:409.835.5011 ext. 1495

Frank A. Domino is a shareholder with MehaffyWeber. He focuses his practice on civil litigation, personal injury, commercial and business litigation and insurance defense. After graduating from South Texas College of Law in 2002, Frank served as briefing attorney to the Honorable Adele Hedges, Court of Appeals, First District of Texas, the Honorable Jane Bland, Court of Appeals, First District of Texas (2003-2004) and during law school Frank clerked for the Honorable Elizabeth Ray, 165th Judicial District Court.

Awards and Recognition

  • Selected to the Texas Rising Stars List, Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) 2008-2010

News and Events

  • Fifteen MehaffyWeber Attorneys Recognized as Texas Rising Stars, 2010
  • Seventeen MehaffyWeber attorneys selected as Texas Rising Stars for 2009
  • Eighteen MehaffyWeber attorneys named Rising Stars for 2008


  • No. 4:13;CV;1183; Clark Collins v ABB, Inc., et al, in the United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. Court concluded that valve manufacturer owed no duty under Texas law on theories of strict liability and negligence to warn of alleged dangers arising from use of asbestos flange gaskets and asbestos external insulation in connection with valves made by equipment manufacturer when equipment manufacturer did not supply flange gaskets and did not supply insulation. To review the order, please click here.
  • Ford v. Pulmosan Safety Equipment Corp., 831 N.Y.S.2d 353 (2006 WL 3437670). Barbara Jane Barron and Frank A. Domino. Please follow the links to review the Order and the Memorandum.
  • Jose Fragoso, et. al. v. American Optical Corp., (in the 197th Judicial Court, Cameron Co.); Barbara Barron, John Durkay, Wade Carpenter, Frank Domino
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 479, James Doty, et al vs. Beaumont Independent School District, et al; Cause No. E-185,886; 172nd United States District Court, Jefferson County, Texas; Barbara Barron, Frank Domino


  • New Louisiana Appellate Opinion- Five-day Asbestos Exposure could have been Substantial Cause of Asbestosis, January 2015 (blog entry)
  • Texas Supreme Court Granted Petition for Review to Address Causation Requirements in Texas Asbestos Cases, February 2013 (blog entry)
  • Texas Asbestos and Silica Legislation that Allows for Dismissal of Inactive Docket, February 2013 (blog entry)
  • Amendment to Texas Asbestos and Silica Legislation that Allows for Dismissal of Inactive Docket, April 2013 (blog entry)
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court decision regarding medical criteria statute, June 2013
  • Procedural Trap for Defendants Now in Effect with Responsible Third Party Designations and rule 194.2 Disclosures, May 2012 (blog entry)
  • Synatzske Decision, Compliant Medical Report, July 2012 (Blog entry)
  • Texas House Bill 2034, March 2011 (blog entry)
  • No. 09C-11-059 ASB and No. 09C-07-128 ASB; In re Asbestos Litigation; In the Superior Court of the State of Delaware in and for the Newcastle County; Imposition of Sanctions on Plaintiffs’ Counsel
  • GAO Report to the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives on Asbestos Injury Compensation and the Role and Administration of Asbestos Trusts, October 2011 (with Barbara Barron)
  • Texas Asbestos MDL Ruling on Choice of Law, July 2011 (blog entry)