Kelsey M. Sproull focuses her practice on litigating complex commercial disputes, as well as defending wrongful death and personal injury matters. In connection with her personal injury defense practice, she also counsels and assists companies during investigations by governmental agencies such as OSHA and the EPA.
Kelsey’s varied and extensive litigation background allows her to prioritize the client’s objectives in each case, whether that be to negotiate an early settlement or to litigate the case through trial. Inside of the courtroom, she has first-chair trial experience, and has prevailed in oral argument on a litany of pre-trial matters.
Outside of the courtroom, Kelsey has handled all aspects of the litigation process, including preliminary discovery matters, taking and defending depositions, and preparing successful motions. Kelsey also counsels her clients through the alternative dispute resolution process. She has routinely achieved favorable results through mediation and informal settlement negotiations.
- Successfully represented a construction company as first chair in a week-long jury trial. Client was awarded all requested damages on a contract claim, as well as a defense verdict on the opposing party’s contract and DTPA counterclaims.
- Prepared successful motion for summary judgment on behalf of a Fortune 500 company in a complex commercial dispute, resulting in the partial dismissal of plaintiff’s claims.
- Obtained favorable settlement for client after successfully invoking the Offer of Settlement procedure in Texas Rules of Civil Procedure 167.
- Successfully argued for the imposition of a court-ordered receivership to seize property to satisfy a final judgment rendered on behalf of client.
- Argued and obtained temporary restraining order on behalf of individual client to enjoin opponent’s use of a bank account during the pendency of a probate dispute.
- Obtained favorable settlement for clients following mediation in probate dispute involving legal theories of undue influence, lack of testamentary capacity, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty.
- Represented a domestic entity in a federal court dispute involving the sale of goods to foreign companies under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
- Houston Bar Association
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
- University of Texas Law Alumni Association
- J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 2011; Texas International Law Journal, Staff Member
- B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, 2008
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
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