Houston
713.650.2678  Direct
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erice@winstead.com

Liz is a member of Winstead’s Business Litigation Practice Group. She assists clients with complex litigation matters involving property disputes and eminent domain/condemnation. Liz has represented clients in appellate, breach of contract, construction, employment, and inverse condemnation and eminent domain matters in both state and federal courts. 

Representative Experience

  • General civil litigation
  • Contractual disputes
  • Construction litigation
  • Sovereign and governmental immunity litigation
  • Prepared briefings to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and to the First and Fourteenth Courts of Appeals
  • Prepared petitions for writ of mandamus to the First Court of Appeals
  • Fifth Circuit briefing resulting in affirmance of summary judgment in appeal concerning a Title VII and Age Discrimination and Employment Act claims
  • Representation of school districts in Public Information Act and Open Meeting Act matters 

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