April provides comprehensive legal services to her clients in the areas of construction, real estate, and mass tort litigation. She has experience representing public and private owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, and bonding and insurance companies as well as large agricultural and pharmaceutical entities. She brings to bear a wide range of experience on various projects of regional and national scope and prominence, and large-scale multi-district and class-action litigation. Representative projects include residential construction and remodeling, military housing, military training facilities, hydroelectric and coal-fired power plants, schools, universities, high-rise office buildings, hotels and casinos, corrections facilities, shopping centers, and numerous other types of residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental projects. April has litigated all matter of cases ranging from residential materialmen’s liens to multi-district construction defect claims.
April has a thorough understanding of the construction business and construction law and has developed an extensive network of consultants and industry experts with whom she works closely to solve client problems. She is committed to her clients throughout the construction process, from bidding and procurement through resolution of post-construction claims and litigation. When there is a dispute or claim, she helps her clients develop strategies for quick and early resolution but, if required, she’s always ready to take a case to trial. Her goal is to get the best possible result for her clients in the shortest time and for the lowest cost. Proper documentation, damage mitigation tactics, and skillful legal positioning of her clients from the start lead to early settlement or a more effective presentation of her client’s claims at trial.
University of Texas School of Law, JD
Kansas State University, BS Animal Science
Houston Bar Association
Austin Bar Association
Stonewall Law Association of Greater Houston