Sam WebbAttorney

E-Mail: swebb@thecoxlawfirm.com

Sam C. Webb is an associate in the Cox Law Firm, where his practice is devoted to ensuring that property owners and companies pay only the tax that is legally due and nothing more. His practice consists of property tax litigation, representing property owners in valuation lawsuits and tax lienholders in enforcement suits. He also represents foreign and domestic clients in property tax planning, utilizing creative legal and regulatory strategies to minimize the property tax burden on and maximize the benefits to his clients. Sam counsels clients on economic development programs and is an expert on Foreign Trade Zones (FTZs), speaking on FTZs at the Port of Houston and National Association of Foreign Trade Zones Annual Conference.

Prior to joining The Cox Law Firm, Mr. Webb was a Team Leader at an international consulting firm providing tax and foreign trade advisory services to Fortune 500 clients, especially focused on reducing tax and duty burdens through FTZs, Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB), and duty drawback. He has also drafted model legislation for state tax exemptions and given legislative testimony. Mr. Webb has maintained an active litigation practice since law school, too, having handled matters in Texas district and appellate courts.

Mr. Webb devotes his extracurricular time to ministry, education, and family. He serves as an Associate Research Fellow for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, writing on matters of law, religion, and the public square. In addition, Mr. Webb serves as an adjunct faculty for business law in the Texas A&M University system. Most importantly, Mr. Webb is married to Lindsey and they have two kids.

Education

J.D., Texas Tech University School of Law
M.A. (Religion) Reformed Theological Seminary (in progress)
B.S. (Agricultural Economics), Texas A&M University

Bar & Court Admissions
State Bar of Texas, 2010
– Tax Law Section
– Real Estate, Probate, & Trust Law Section
– International Law Section
American Bar Association
– Tax Law Section
– Section on International Law
– International Trade Committee Vice-Chair, 2015-2016
United States Court of International Trade, 2015