Kitchens Law Firm, P.C.

Notable Representations, Decisions, and Results

Settled major real estate investment fraud claim for investors in multiple luxury golf course lots in Cimarron Hills real estate development near Georgetown, Texas.

Assisted in briefing on Supreme Court affirmation of denial of recovery in personal injury claim where Plaintiffs subsequently alleged juror disqualification. See Preiss v. Moritz, 121 S.W.3d 715 (Tex. 2003).

Assisted in a briefing on Supreme Court decision striking down portions of Texas Transportation Code as unconstitutional, as predicated on impermissible prior limits on commercial speech. See Anderson Courier Service v. State, 104 S.W.3d 121 (Tex.App.-Austin, 2003) review denied (Mar 26, 2004).

Represented Independent candidate for President of the United States in constitutional claim for inclusion on Texas ballot, November 2004.

Advised minority shareholder with regard to corporate succession issues following death of founder of CIVA, S.A., one of Peru's largest consumer transportation companies.

Assisted Wireless Internet company in effectuating orderly separation from former joint venture partner, and in drafting and negotiating service agreements with municipalities and retail access providers.

Handled appeal of dispute between adjoining landowners regarding terms of cattle lease, and surface water encroachment caused by improvements to adjoining estate.

Represented auto and recreational vehicle purchasers in fraud, contract, and statutory lemon law claims relating to purchase of their vehicles.

Obtained numerous settlements for personal injury claimants in job-related, premises liability, assault, and vehicular claims.

Obtained six-figure recovery for construction worker electrocuted on jobsite maintained by Workers’ Compensation Non—subscriber employer after a successful post-judgment execution on assets.

Obtained six-figure settlement for family of wrongful death claimant injured as a result of slip and fall in produce dept. of big-box retailer, which led to decedent’s subsequent death from infection. 

Obtained $300,000 settlement post judgment after trial on the merits for fraud, DTPA violations, and other violations resulting in a Non-dischargeable bankruptcy debt. See De Paula et al. v. Roicki. See Adversary Proceeding 12-5-093 (br. w. d. TX 2013).

Successfully defended local technology company in AAA Intellectual Property arbitration brought by vendor alleging breach of contract and copyright violations, prevailing on deceptive trade practices counterclaims.

Obtained favorable settlement for family of woman seriously injured by fall on water accumulation in office building walkway, resulting in multiple arm fractures and permanent impairment.

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