The Woodlands
281.681.5957 Direct
281.681.5901 Fax
krwatson@winstead.com
Houston (secondary office)
713.650.2702 Direct
713.650.2400 Fax

Kyle Watson is a shareholder in Winstead’s Commercial Litigation, Energy, and Financial Services Litigation Practice Groups. He joined the firm in September 2004 and practices primarily out of Winstead's The Woodlands, Texas office. Kyle represents clients locally, regionally and nationally in a wide variety of complex litigation matters in state and federal courts. He also practices before the American Arbitration Association.

Kyle has considerable experience representing both individuals and corporations in a varied range of business disputes with an emphasis on contracts, business tort litigation, energy litigation, product liability disputes related to drilling equipment and oil country tubular goods, real estate and title disputes, insurance coverage disputes, construction and development disputes, and financial services and lending disputes. Kyle’s experience includes all phases of litigation including bench and jury trials. He has tried multiple bench and jury trials as first and second chair counsel. Because many cases do not or should not proceed to trial, in addition to being a zealous advocate, Kyle acts as a trusted advisor and counselor to solve his clients’ problems and achieve their goals short of trial or formal litigation.

Representative Experience

  • General civil and commercial litigation
  • Contractual disputes
  • Energy litigation
  • Products liability, including drilling equipment and oil country tubular goods
  • Real estate litigation, including title defense and real property disputes
  • Mortgage and wrongful foreclosure disputes
  • Title insurance coverage
  • Condemnation/eminent domain proceedings
  • Construction and property development litigation
  • Financial services and lending disputes, including foreclosures and collections
  • Insurance litigation
  • Formation and negotiation of contracts and master service agreements

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