Siobhan Ray is a Houston-based commercial litigation associate with a bachelor of science in architectural studies. She represents clients in matters involving a variety of claims, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary obligations, warranty disputes, products liability, unfair competition, trade secret misappropriation, fraudulent inducement, and tortious interference.
Ms. Ray is experienced in all phases of commercial litigation, including preliminary injunctive relief, interlocutory appeals, fact and expert discovery, witness preparation, discovery and dispositive motion practice, hearing preparation, and trial and post-trial proceedings. She regularly counsels clients on issues arising out of business transactions and bankruptcy proceedings.
Ms. Ray was a summer associate at K&L Gates in 2013. While attending the University of Texas at Austin, Ms. Ray worked for State Representative Todd Hunter of Corpus Christi. After graduating from the School of Architecture, she was an intern for Federal District Judge Andrew S. Hanen in the Southern District of Texas. During law school, Ms. Ray clerked for Judge Jaclanel M. McFarland of the 133rd District Court in Houston.
Also during her tenure at Baylor Law School, Ms. Ray coordinated the school’s first pro bono Immigration Clinic and was an active member of the pro bono litigation team, through which she counseled individuals in matters ranging from wrongful foreclosures to DTPA actions.