Kyle focuses his practice on product liability litigation. He knows that no two cases are the same, and approaches every case with attention to detail and creativity. From developing initial case strategy and conducting eDiscovery, through mediating and dispositive motion practice, Kyle strives to provide clients with innovative and efficient solutions.
He has extensive experience in briefing and motion practice, including discovery disputes, Daubert challenges, and dispositive motions. Notably, Kyle prepared a motion to strike in a Texas state court case that resulted in the court striking more than 1,000 intervenors from an environmental tort lawsuit filed against a company he represented. He has also prepared appellate briefs filed in Texas and New Mexico.
Before joining Shook, Kyle worked as an associate for a law firm in Houston, where he was heavily involved in defending health care providers in medical malpractice litigation in Texas and New Mexico, as well as representing clients in a variety of other industries.
Kyle received his J.D. magna cum laude from Baylor University School of Law, where he was a technical editor for the Baylor Law Review.
Mandatory and Jurisdictional: Statutory Prerequisites, Article V Jurisdiction, and Judicial Review in the Texas Workers’ Comp Scheme, 70 Baylor L. Rev. 171 (2018).