As a member of the firm’s litigation team, Laura advocates zealously on behalf of clients. She values open and honest communication, making sure clients have a full understanding of their legal position and the potential consequences of the various courses of action they might take.
A self-starter, Laura represents clients facing a range of commercial and business disputes, as well as creditors’ rights and collection matters. Her recent experience includes research into federal and Texas labor and employment matters, including responding to EEOC charges and a lawsuit involving noncompete issues. She has represented clients in a variety of real estate and construction matters, including landlord-tenant disputes, mechanics’ liens for unpaid construction materials, and demand and notice letters to comply with statutory requirements. For creditors, she has handled garnishments and post-judgment collections. Laura has also represented clients in complex breach of contract matters and a lawsuit regarding an insurer’s failure to pay a claim, as well as intellectual property matters involving trademarks and patents.