Roger Cox



(806) 389-0316


500 S. Taylor, Suite 1200
Amarillo, Texas 79101

P.O. Box 9158
Amarillo, Texas 79105








Roger Cox


Roger Cox represents the region’s leading businesses, financial institutions, and agricultural producers. His practice is focused in business and agricultural bankruptcy, workouts, commercial real estate, title and lien disputes, and representation of motor vehicle dealerships. Roger also serves as a mediator in select bankruptcy matters and financial/real estate litigation.

Roger is Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law, Farm & Ranch Real Estate Law, and Business Bankruptcy Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America (Woodward White, Inc., 2013-present) and Texas Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters, 2003-present). Roger is AV® Rated – Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell (LexisNexis, 1991-present).

Roger is the author of Cox’s Texas Creditors’ Rights Laws Annotated, 2017 ed. (Thomson Reuters, 2017). He is also a former contributor to the SMU Law Review – Annual Survey of Texas Law (Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights) (1994-2006) and Co-Author, Bankruptcy Road Map (State Bar of Texas 2010).



  • Acquisition of heavy duty trailer dealerships in Texas and Oklahoma.
  • Represent leading regional bank in large agribusiness chapter II bankruptcy. 
  • Negotiation of $100,000,000.00 motor vehicle floor plan loan facility for regional motor vehicle dealer group.
  • Obtain federal court judgment and facilitate workout of $2,000,000.00 multi-state agricultural credit facility.
  • Represent debtor in possession lender in meat packing plant bankruptcy. 
  • Acquisition and financing of motor vehicle dealerships and related commercial real estate facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
  • Lender representation of workout of $20,000,000.00 Farm Credit System loan facility secured by land, livestock, and commercial development property.
  • Protection of non-party in multi-state document subpoenas in anti-trust and MDL litigation.
  • Representation of “stalking horse” bidder in large agricultural bankruptcy.
  • Representation of secured lender in $50,000,000 individual Chapter 11; authored competing creditor plan; litigated cash collateral motion resulting in published opinion in New Mexico bankruptcy court.
  • Negotiation and documentation of commercial equipment lease financing packages aggregating more than $100,000,000.00.
  • Debtor in Possession counsel in multiple Chapter 11 cases, including two resulting in confirmed plans by publicly traded debtors with valuable tax attributes.
  • Workout of distressed $17,000,000 operating loan and successful sale of commercial feedyard.
  • Defense of multiple avoidance defendants in Ponzi scheme cases.
  • Representation of parties to various commercial, agribusiness, and farm/ranch real property transactions
  • Foreclosure of diverse properties, including dairy facilities, multi-family properties, office complexes, and broadcast facilities.
  • Representation of and counsel to America’s leading title insurance companies and their insureds.
  • Representation of motor vehicle dealers in administrative actions.
  • Court appointed receiver for diverse businesses, including FM radio broadcaster, real estate developer, etc.
  • Mediation of complex bankruptcy, financial workouts, and real estate disputes.