Caitlyn’s primary practice areas are oil & gas and commercial litigation, ranging from title disputes to environmental tort litigation. Caitlyn has substantial experience representing producers in complaint proceedings and contested cases before the Railroad Commission (specifically salt-water disposal applications) and representing applicants and protestants in contested cases at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
Caitlyn also has a diverse background in data privacy research, civil rights litigation, and in-house corporate counsel for a Fortune 500 company, which gives her a unique perspective on both preventing and addressing clients’ business disputes with the core concerns of the business in mind.
Addison focuses his practice on representing clients in a range of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, entity formation, financing, leasing (tenant and landlord), real estate development, and general real estate matters. He has represented clients in a variety of retail, office, mixed-use, multi-family and raw land transactions.
Kara focuses her practice on numerous aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, leasing/subleasing, development of real estate and general real estate matters. She has prior experience as in-house counsel for a leading Texas real estate trade association and a multinational engineering firm focusing on public-private transportation projects.
Curran Walker is an experienced civil litigator specializing in commercial litigation and trials. Before joining DuBois, Bryant & Campbell, Curran practiced at the large Los Angeles-based firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and later started his own firm, CMW Litigation & Consulting. Curran maintains an active trial practice, having participated in numerous jury and bench trials in jurisdictions throughout the country, and he has successfully represented clients in both state and federal courts, as well as before the International Trade Commission. Curran’s experience includes intellectual property, securities, entertainment, partnership disputes, anti-trust, civil RICO, unfair competition, real property rights, and breach of contract. Curran’s practice encompasses a wide range of industry, including software, software development, toy design, manufacturing and retail, entertainment, insurance, financial institutions, real estate, health care, smartphone design and manufacturing, internet commerce, and telecommunications.
Jefferson focuses his practice on a variety of corporate and transactional matters with an emphasis on acquisitions, private securities issuance, private debt and equity financings, securities law matters, entity formation, mergers, corporate restructuring, and corporate governance issues as well as partnership agreements, investor agreements, stock designations, equity incentive plans, employment agreements and other operational agreements.
Jefferson’s practice also includes general real estate matters involving residential and commercial real estate transactions and related entity formation, acquisitions, financing, leasing/subleasing (tenant and landlord), construction and development of office, industrial, retail, multi-family projects. He also assists in environmental regulatory and litigation matters, including contribution claims and cost-recovery actions under CERCLA and state environmental laws.