Jamie Lipsitz is an experienced litigator with significant transactional experience in the construction, oil and gas, and related industries. Jamie has represented clients with serious legal issues, including but not limited to products liability, premises liability, and personal injuries occurring during construction and oil field services operations. On the transactional side, Jamie has expertise reviewing, negotiating, and counseling clients on Master Services Agreements and related oil field services and construction contracts. She also advises clients on labor and employment issues including the effective crafting of non-compete agreements so that they have the best chance of being upheld by a reviewing court. In conjunction with her representation of construction and oil and gas clients, Jamie routinely prepares and files mechanic and materialmen’s liens and mineral liens.
As a proud “Woman in Construction”, Jamie also involves herself with local construction related trade organizations. She is always looking to expand and support her network of other women in construction.
Jamie also enjoys authoring articles on construction and related topics and has published content for conferences, publications, and the firm’s construction law blog.
In her spare time, Jamie likes to relive her past as Division III NCAA Singles Tennis Champion by challenging anyone who will agree to step on the court with her.
University of Texas School of Law, J.D. (2007)
Amherst College, B.A., Sociology (2001) cum laude
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
State Bar of Texas, Member
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